Manasi Save wrote:
> Dear Pekka,
> Thank you for the quick response.
> But do you have any idea about if normal mysql has any such limitation
> of NumberOfTables.
My experience is that, 9 times out of 10, when someone asks this
question, it means their database design is not normalised.
If your design includes a great many tables that are identical (or
nearly so), that's a dead giveaway that this is exactly the case.
> Manasi Save
> Quoting Pekka Nousiainen <Pekka.Nousiainen@stripped>:
>> On 100113, Manasi Save wrote:
>> > I want to create more tables than this limit. Is there any way I can
>> with this limit.
>> No, it's compiled in, so only way is to recompile from source.
>> > Please help me with any input, as I am really needing to create more
>> than this.
>> Perhaps a change in your schema will fix the problem?
>> -- Pekka Nousiainen, Software Engineer, Sun Microsystems / MySQL
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