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Locking SELECT with CREATE TABLE, INSERT INTO, and User Variables


Locking is an important concept in databases. They help regulate access to the data, so your SELECT queries return consistent results and DML and DDL statements leave the data and schema in a consistent state. For the data, there are four different transaction isolation levels that influence which locks are taken. The most two commonly used isolation levels are REPEATABLE READ (the default in InnoDB) and READ COMMITTED (the default in some other databases). Both of those are said to provide non-locking reads, but there is a little more to it than that.

Selecting into a user variable causing a lock wait timeout.

One case where reads are always locking is when you explicitly requests …

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