In the last episode (Jun 08), Lou Olsten said:
> In the High Performance MySQL book, on page 124, the author suggests:
> "If you have all your MySQL data on a single disk, you can try moving
> pieces to another disk. If the majority of activity is focused on a
> small group of tables, consider moving them to a separate disk."
> How do you accomplish that? I know InnoDB now allows you to specify
> a tablespace per table, but what about MyISAM table types?
With MyISAM tables, you can move just about anything: entire
databases, tables, even just the indexes. Just move the files, and
create symlinks in their place pointing to the new locations.