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From:Jochem van Dieten Date:March 27 2007 5:00pm
Subject:Re: Why doesn't the InnoDB count() match table status?
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On 3/27/07, Tim Lucia wrote:
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Maciej Dobrzanski
> > Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2007 6:46 AM
> > To: mysql@stripped
> > Subject: Re: Why doesn't the InnoDB count() match table status?
> >
> > MyISAM and InnoDB (and there are plenty more). RDBMS is not an Office
> > spreadsheet, you cannot simply change software as from OpenOffice Calc to
> > MS
> > Excel and expect everything will work the same. The migration can be done
>
> You can and ought to be able to expect it.  After all, SQL is a standard.

But the problem is not with the result of the query, but with the
speed. And the speed of an implementation is not standardized by the
ISO/IEC.

Jochem
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      • Re: Why doesn't the InnoDB count() match table status?Dan Nelson27 Mar
        • RE: Why doesn't the InnoDB count() match table status?Daevid Vincent27 Mar
          • RE: Why doesn't the InnoDB count() match table status?Wm Mussatto27 Mar
          • Re: Why doesn't the InnoDB count() match table status?Jeremy Cole27 Mar
      • Re: Why doesn't the InnoDB count() match table status?Daniel Kasak27 Mar
        • RE: Why doesn't the InnoDB count() match table status?Daevid Vincent27 Mar
        • Re: Why doesn't the InnoDB count() match table status?Maciej Dobrzanski27 Mar
          • RE: Why doesn't the InnoDB count() match table status?Tim Lucia27 Mar
            • Re: Why doesn't the InnoDB count() match table status?Jochem van Dieten27 Mar