Dump the entire DB, drop the DB, restore the DB.
On Fri, Feb 11, 2011 at 11:53 AM, Jan Steinman <Jan@stripped> wrote:
> Our incremental backups seem to be filling with instances of ib_logfile1,
> ib_logfile2, and ibdata1.
> I know that changing a single byte in a single INNODB table causes these
> files to be "touched."
> I put "innodb_file_per_table" in /etc/my.cnf, but apparently, that only
> causes new databases to be "file per table," and it is older databases that
> are being touched in a minor way daily, causing gigabytes to be backed up
> Some time ago, someone posted a way to convert existing INNODB tables to
> "file per table," but I am unable to find that.
> Can someone please post that procedure again?
> (I also welcome any "you shouldn't be doing it that way" comments, as long
> as they show a better way... :-)
> This is for a fairly low-volume server, running on a Mac Mini with two
> 500GB disks.
> In summary, the idea is to give all of the information to help others to
> judge the value of your contribution; not just the information that leads to
> judgement in one particular direction or another. -- Richard P. Feynman
> :::: Jan Steinman, EcoReality Co-op ::::
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