>>>>> "sinisa" == sinisa <sinisa@stripped> writes:
sinisa> Surat Singh Bhati writes:
>> I want to SET SQL_BIG_TABLES=1 using my /etc/my.cnf
>> file. Please tell me about the syntax of this line .
>> What line I have to add in my /etc/my.cnf file?
>> right now my /etc/my/cnf file contain:
>> set-variable = back_log=50
>> set-variable = max_connections=200
>> set-variable = max_connect_errors=20
>> set-variable = table_cache=128
>> set-variable = tmp_table_size=8M
>> Thanks & regards
>> -Surat Singh Bhati
sinisa> Remove set-variable =
set-variable= is actually ok; This is the long form of -O when you
big-tables to the above list:
set-variable = back_log=50
set-variable = max_connections=200
set-variable = max_connect_errors=20
set-variable = table_cache=128
set-variable = tmp_table_size=8M
#All options from mysqld --help (except --install and --remove)
ay be used in the my.cnf file.