List:General Discussion« Previous MessageNext Message »
From:Paul DuBois Date:October 25 2002 9:12pm
Subject:Re: innodb tablespace size
View as plain text  
At 14:50 +0200 10/25/02, Natale Babbo wrote:
>innodb_data_file_path=ibdata1:100M:autoextended:max:200M
>
>anyone knows what happen if the above innodb
>tablespace reach the limit of 200M?

It stops getting bigger. :-)

What do you mean by "what happen"?  That is, what are the conditions
for which you expect something to happen?

If the tablespace fills up and then you run nothing but SELECT queries,
nothing unusual will happen.  If the tablespace fills up and you try to
add more rows to your InnoDB tables, likely you won't be able to.  (See
http://www.innodb.com/ibman.html#Error_handling for information.)

>
>Thanks in advance.
>Natale Babbo
>
>sql

Thread
innodb tablespace sizeNatale Babbo25 Oct
  • Where to find mysql 4.1 win32 source distributionFethi Altunyuva25 Oct
  • Re: innodb tablespace sizeLenz Grimmer25 Oct
  • RE: innodb tablespace sizeFernando Grijalba25 Oct
  • Re: innodb tablespace sizePaul DuBois26 Oct