Hi there. At eGroups.com, we are using Mysql pretty heavily. Awesome
stuff! We have a couple problems:
When isamchk-ing a table that the ISM and ISD files are on separate
disks and are symlinked together in the database directory, isamchk
screws up when writing the final ISM file. Does isamchk understand
We have an application using mysql that needs tens of
thousands of separate databases. We would like a simple way for Mysql
to *not* place all of the databases in the top level directory.
Preferably, in a 256 directory hashing scheme based on the database
name. Has anyone done this or has a better idea?
Support for tables greater than 2G on a Linux box.
Separate update_logs per database? per table?
We need delayed updates. It seems if we are doing updates of the
update table set x=x+2 where y=foobar
That it could be potentially delayed until there is a period of