> In other words: does opening a MyISAM table take three file handles,
Maybe you can find an answer here:
" You also have to take into account that the MyISAM storage engine
needs two file descriptors for each unique open table."
For InnoDB I'm not sure, so I don't make guessings.
Martijn van den Burg wrote:
> Hi list,
> If MySQL opens a table, does it also need open the corresponding table format
> If it does, does it increment open_files?
> In other words: does opening a MyISAM table take three file handles, and
> opening a InnoDB table two (assuming the tablespace file isn't opened yet)?
> Kind regards,
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