* Victoria Reznichenko
> RB> So... is the crashme report wrong? Or was the limit really 32
> RB> in 3.22.39, got lowered to 31 in later versions (like 3.23.30-
> RB> gamma), raised to 63 in version 3.23.39, and then lowered to
> RB> 31 again (at least in versions 3.23.47 and 4.0.1)...?
> RB> <URL: http://www.mysql.com/crashme >
> RB> (Select both mysql versions, submit, and search for "tables
> RB> in join" on the result page.)
> If you have 32 bit CPU you can use 31 tables in join. 63 tables with
> 64 bit CPU.
ok... thanks. :)
But... is this the only feature of mysql which is dependant on the processor
I'm kind of nervous about this, because I'm currently working on a 'very
normalized' database schema, and it is possible I will need more than 31
tables in a single select... including multiple joins to the same tables, of
course. It would be very bad if my design turned out to be 64-bit