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From:Tim Gustafson Date:May 21 2010 1:09am
Subject:Re: Database Quotas
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> Ummm, you're going to have the same problem either way when
> the limit is reached, be it a MySQL quota or system quota,
> if its full, its full.

Yes, but mySQL could return a more friendly "you're out of space" message and not corrupt
the data files if a given statement would cause the database to exceed its quota (and it
could do so in a way that doesn't corrupt the database files)

Or it could work the opposite way: check the current usage against the quota before
executing a statement, and if the database is already over quota, don't even attempt it.

Tim Gustafson
Baskin School of Engineering
UC Santa Cruz
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