Tried this with a much longer timeout as well, but easy to reproduce with a short one:
Query monitor shows that the query is in "timeout" state but cbq has not returned.
Also, CTRL-c kicks you out of the whole cbq process which is a little annoying when all you wanted to do was cancel the running query...is there anyway to catch CTRL-c and cancel the query instead of breaking out of the process? Or is there a different key combo that will achieve that?
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