Robert L Cochran wrote:
> | CSV | NO | CSV storage
> engine |
This is the problem... it should say:
| CSV | YES | CSV storage engine
> I'm not sure if a 'YES' in the 'Support' column above means the engine
> is started at runtime, or if it means the MySQL server was compiled with
> support for that engine. In any case, I want to be able to use the CSV
> engine in addition to MyISAM, MEMORY, InnoDB, BerkeleyDB and MRG_MYISAM.
> How do I "activate" that CSV engine?
For the CSV engine to be able to be used, you should rebuild the package
to allow the CSV engine
You could also file a bug with CentOS to ask for it to be enabled by default
Or download it from dev.mysql.com/downloads/ - mysql 5.0.51a from there
has all engines enabled, except ndbcluster, isam, and berkeleydb (12
rows are returned with show engines;)
hope this helps!
Colin Charles, Community Relations Manager, APAC
Database Group, Sun Microsystems Inc., http://www.mysql.com/
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