I think I haven't understood your question. I guess
that in case of a network failure you can have the
same behavior as a power shutdown.
About the networked drives? Anyone?
--- Martijn Tonies <m.tonies@stripped> wrote:
> Hi Ruben,
> > I would like to make a short, quick and simple
> > question.
> > Is it possible to have the following line:
> > innodb_data_home_dir="X:/data/"
> > in a my.ini config file?
> > I'm using windows XP, mysql 4.1.12, X: is a mapped
> > network drive to a Linux folder using samba, all
> > permissions are set and tested.
> > I have seen this posted many times but without
> > replies. I want to use a folder in a mapped drive
> > save my InnoDB data. Is this possible?
> I don't know this particular answer for MySQL, but I
> do have 1 question:
> If the database engine doesn't have control over the
> and/or drive, what should it do in the case of a
> Let alone the latency of a networked file...
> With regards,
> Martijn Tonies
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