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hang after "run sql file' on linux #201

sirber opened this issue Mar 20, 2018 · 3 comments


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commented Mar 20, 2018

Steps to reproduce this issue

  1. Step 1; Open HeidiSQL, connect and etc
  2. Step 2; Run SQL file
  3. Then I get... blocked UI

Current behavior

The while UI does't work. Seems the lock on the UI isn't relrased after the "run sql popup" is gone

Expected behavior

To be able to do other actions after I run a SQL file

Possible solution


  • HeidiSQL version:

Latest nightly

  • Database system and version:

MariaDB 10.0

  • Operating system:

Ubuntu 17.10


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commented Mar 30, 2018

I can confirm this. Especially with large SQL-files, I have to kill HeidiSQL to continue my work.

NB The file gets imported correctly.


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commented Jun 1, 2018

Still going on with


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commented Mar 26, 2019

I have this on Windows 7 with

  • Styles break.
  • Errors are not displayed in modal windows but only in the log.
  • Application does not instantly hang and can normally be closed, but most other things will instantly hang it (0% CPU usage, just no response).
  • Sometimes, it actually hangs when executing the last command in the file. Despite being successfully executed, that last command is not displayed in the log. The progress window does not close.
  • I use MSSQL.
  • Can confirm @Mondane's remark that it usually appears with big files (tens of megabytes).
    (Table names are censored in black, the rest is just bugged. The search bar is bugged as well, as it is normally dark grey and not black.)
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