The original problem is traditionally resolved by partitioning the tables by historical
range and creating a database job/event to drop older partitions and add the new ones.
Depending on the environment, some might prefer shell scripts to do essentially the same.
On Jan 27, 2012, at 3:08 AM, Johan De Meersman wrote:
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>> From: "Halász Sándor" <hsv@stripped>
>> Therefore, it well may be easier to do it all in PHP, since therewith
> I agree with the assessment, but I take issue with this whole "do it in
> Why would I want to install PHP, Python or whatever on a database server? The art of
> Bash programming is far from dead, and it behooves any decent administrator to have at
> least some basic knowledge. Bash is literally on almost every system you're likely to run
> MySQL on, and it's capabilities probably far exceed what you think it can do.
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