Crash on lost connection

drull posted 6 months ago in General

Steps to reproduce:

  1. Connect to server
  2. Type in query window: select * from db.my_table limit 1
  3. Simulate network problems, for example just disable networking
  4. Execute query

Sometimes it crashes with bugreport window, sometimes without any information.

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drull posted 6 months ago

Very annoying bug.

charlieo posted 6 months ago

Same thing I get when my computer wakes from sleep.

xmedeko posted 1 month ago

Happens to me several times during a day.

xmedeko posted 1 month ago

I have stumbled upon the HeidiSQL two years ago and was excited about it. I've recommended it in my company and convinced my boss to send a donation. However, frequent exception and crashed repelled my colleagues from the HeidiSQL.

I've searched the MySQL GUI tools recently and still find the HeidiSQL as the best. Hover these exception and crashes makes it sometimes almost unusable. It's a big pitty. Pls, HeidiSQL developers, fix it and I convince my boss to send a donation again or I will send something by myself :-) Thanks very much.

gretkief posted 1 month ago

I think this is the same problem that I've been having that I posted yesterday Sept 14: "Access violation at address / Windows 10 64-bit". I agree that it makes an excellent software program unusable. Please help!

charlieo posted 1 month ago

Agree this is still a big issue. And allow me to explain why: When I use HeidiSQL I often create queries in many tabs. Some tabs are different small projects. Other tabs are subqueries of more complex queries that I'm working on.

The problem is that I don't want to have to save the contents of every tab. But if I don't, I can easily lose all my work due to a loss of connectivity or my computer goes to sleep leading to a Heidi crash. And when that happens and I lose my work I get really mad.

As a minimum backup, if Heidi saved state and restored it on a restart then at least I wouldn't lose all my work.

Currently I have to relentlessly save everything which is really inconvenient especially for things that I'm not planning to reuse.

Thanks for reading, Charlie

lucasoman posted 2 weeks ago

Still an issue for me, as well. Sometimes I get several errors in a row, which allow the application to continue running. Other times, I'm forced to restart the application completely. See attached bug report.

Please fix this soon, as it is getting to the point that I will have to look for another client to use; dealing with this multiple times a day and losing work is, as you can imagine, extremely frustrating.

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drull posted 2 weeks ago

I had to stop using HeidiSQL because of this bug :( dbForge is slower and consumes much more memory, but at least it is not crashing.

denis posted 1 week ago

Same as heidisql . com/forum.php?t=21789#p21789

Please fix it, it's been a year now.

lucasoman posted 2 days ago

This just happened to me again, in the middle of my work, with an irrecoverable error. This bug is critical.

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