On Jun 28, Michael Widenius wrote:
> >>>>> "Zardosht" == Zardosht Kasheff <zardosht@stripped>
>> This is a feature request that adds grammar for "clustering" indexes.
>> Users can define an index to be clustering (include all of the columns
>> in the index), and as a result, a flag is passed into the handler via
>> a flag. It is up to the storage engine to properly implement it.
>> Storage engines that choose to not implement it can simply ignore the
>> I am interested to hear feedback on this feature and patch. Here is the link:
> In MariaDB we have a patch that allows one to use a list of keywords
> for indexes and for the whole table. These keywords will be passed to
> the engine so that it can take care of these that it knows about.
No, you don't have it. I've just pulled and checked.
> I just checked and the patch is not yet pushed. I will talk with
> Sanja tomorrow and ask what the status is and when he can push
> this one.
Ah, *that* patch.
I vaguely remember that the last time I saw it it wasn't ready for
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