The standard MySQL distribution comes with InnoDB support. You can also
split tables into up to 255 blocks using MyISAMs RAID support.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Rahul Sood" <rsdev20@stripped>
Sent: Thursday, June 24, 2004 10:14 PM
Subject: table across multiple files
> I'm installing mysql 4.0 on Linux x86
> The application for which I'm using mysql requires support for splitting a
table across multiple OS files. On the mysql website I read that this can be
done with InnoDB storage engine. Does mysql 4.0 Standard version (which
includes InnoDB) have this feature ?
> Will it be necessary to get mysql 4.0 Max version ? The website said this
version has some extra features such as Berkeley DBM and support for
splitting a table across multiple files.
> Rahul Sood
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