How to inquire about current value of MAX_EXECUTION_TIME

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I understand that I can set the value of the global MAX_EXECUTION_TIME by running (from mysql client):

SET GLOBAL MAX_EXECUTION_TIME

But how do I just inquire its value?

GET instead of SET does not seem to accomplish that.

How to solve :

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Method 1

SHOW VARIABLES LIKE 'MAX_EXECUTION_TIME' or select @@max_execution_time for retrieval.

"The execution timeout for SELECT statements, in milliseconds. If the value is 0, timeouts are NOT enabled." per documentation.

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