May be DATA DIRECTORY, INDEX DIRECTORY table options will
be helpful for you. See:
Ananda Kumar <anandkl@stripped> wrote:
>I am new starter in MYSQL, but have worked extensively in oracle. I wanted
>to know how we can place indexes of tables on different disk in MYSQL.
>Generally in oracle we have the option of specifying the tablespace on
>different disk. Can we do the same in mysql to disk contention.
>I am extermelly sorry for making comparison, please forgive me.
> I am using Linux and MYSQL version 4.1
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