At 02:52 PM 8/18/2010, Xn Nooby wrote:
>Below is a generic version of the code I am trying. It does copy the
>rows very quickly, but I will have to test to see how quickly the
>indices are built. Is the below code what you were suggesting? I had
>a little trouble dropping and later adding the primary index, but I
>think I got it figured out.
>Below I basically do this:
> make the_table_clone from the the_table
> drop the indices on the_table_clone
> copy the row from the_table to the_table_clone
> add the indices back to the_table_clone
>If this runs fast enough, I will then drop the_table, and rename
>the_table_clone to the_table
>DROP TABLE IF EXISTS the_table_clone;
>CREATE TABLE the_table_clone LIKE the_table;
Or you can try something like:
create table the_table_clone engine=innodb select * from the_table limit=0;
This will create the same table structure but not the indexes so you don't
have to drop the indexes below.
># drop minor indices on clone
>ALTER TABLE the_table_clone DROP INDEX IX_the_table_on_col2_col3;
>ALTER TABLE the_table_clone DROP INDEX IX_the_table_on_col4_col6;
>ALTER TABLE the_table_clone DROP INDEX IX_the_table_on_col5_col2;
># drop primary index on clone
>ALTER TABLE the_table_clone CHANGE id id INT UNSIGNED;
You still need the statement above to change the autoinc to integer if you
use my Create Table... statement above.
>ALTER TABLE the_table_clone DROP PRIMARY KEY;
># add 2 new columns to clone
>ALTER TABLE the_table_clone ADD flag_field int(11) DEFAULT '0', ADD
>price_amount float DEFAULT '0';
># copy rows
>INSERT the_table_clone SELECT *, NULL, NULL FROM the_table LIMIT 0,10000000;
>#INSERT the_table_clone SELECT *, NULL, NULL FROM the_table;
Why do you have two insert statements? If you are inserting a group of
records at a time then you need a limit statement on each, and increment
the offset by the number of rows that have been added.
I would explicitly specify the column list for both the Insert and the
Select to make sure they match up. There is no point going through all this
if it inserts the data into the wrong columns!
Check the data before creating the indexes to make sure the same number of
rows have been copied over and the data is in the correct columns.
># Add back indices in one command (for max speed)
>ALTER TABLE the_table_clone \
> ADD INDEX IX_the_table_on_col2_col3 (col2,col3),\
> ADD INDEX IX_the_table_on_col4_col6 (col4,col6),\
> ADD INDEX IX_the_table_on_col5_col2 (col5,col2),\
> MODIFY id INT SIGNED AUTO_INCREMENT,\
> ADD PRIMARY KEY(col1);