Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #26347, comment 15


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03/17/16 04:35:33 (4 years ago)
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Hugo Chargois
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  • Ticket #26347, comment 15

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    77> You are essentially claiming that, within B, a `delete` statement given a set of criteria sees one record, and a following `select` given the same criteria sees a different record. No. That's not "consistent read", not valid behavior,  and not consistent with the documentation (which speaks about not seeing changes made by other transactions, not your own).
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    9 That is exactly what consistent read is, and that behavior is valid and is consistent with the documentation. Please read the documentation carefuly and give yourself some time to understand it. You may also read this bug report against MySQL that was closed as "not a bug": https://bugs.mysql.com/bug.php?id=21694
     9That is exactly what consistent read is, and that behavior is valid and is consistent with the documentation. Please read the documentation carefuly (edit: especially the "Note: The snapshot of the database..." part) and give yourself some time to understand it. You may also read this bug report against MySQL that was closed as "not a bug": https://bugs.mysql.com/bug.php?id=21694
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    1111> Further, per Django's contribution guide, please do not re-open a ticket that was marked "wontfix" by a core developer
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