Fred Read writes:
> Scott Hassan wrote:
> > ...
> > Problem 1:
> > We have an application using mysql that needs tens of
> > thousands of separate databases.
> Perhaps if you could give some more information on *what* you
> actually want to achieve [rather than *how* you were thinking
> of doing it] we might be able to offer some more assistance...
Good point! We are providing a "database" for each eGroup. In an
eGroup database, one can have many tables (max 10 tables, 10
columns/1000 rows per table). Very simple design.
If you want to check it out, it is currently available at
www.egroups.com. Just create an eGroup and click on the "database"