With these it helps It's a quick fix, but changing innodb_lock_wait_timeout might temporarily defer the "Lock wait timeout exceeded" issue. See doc. Any chance the MySQL version, engine(s), or config's changed when you "moved servers"?
fixed the issue. Will look into that further Apparently there is no way to do this in MySQLdb (aka. MySQL-python), so we ended up just communicateing the data to subprocess.Popen([mysql, ...], stdin=subprocess.PIPE) and checking the returncode.
I wish this help you The parameters passed need to be iterables i.e. list or tuple. So it should be (path,) and not (path)
cursor.execute('UPDATE configuration SET value=%s WHERE ' +
>>> path = 'hello'
>>> a = (path)
>>> b = (path,)
>>> for x in a:
>>> for x in b:
MySQLdb.cursors.Cursor.execute returns different values in case of different cursors why?