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From:Charles Brown Date:March 18 2012 3:21pm
Subject:One inst has 39 columns- the other 40
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I have two mysql instances in my mysql cluster. I noticed that their MysSQL.user tables do
not have the same number of columns. Their USER table attributes are not the same. One
instance has 39 columns while the other has 42 columns. Can someone please help me here.
Could it be because I'm running mysql cluster? Can someone help me. 

Thanks
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date comparison querySimon Wilkinson16 Mar
  • Re: date comparison queryBaron Schwartz16 Mar
  • Re: date comparison queryhsv17 Mar
    • One inst has 39 columns- the other 40Charles Brown18 Mar
      • Re: One inst has 39 columns- the other 40Johan De Meersman19 Mar
  • One inst has 39 columns- the other 40Charles Brown19 Mar
  • RE: One inst has 39 columns- the other 40Charles Brown21 Mar
    • Re: One inst has 39 columns- the other 40Johan De Meersman21 Mar
      • Re: One inst has 39 columns- the other 40Rik Wasmus21 Mar
        • RE: One inst has 39 columns- the other 40Charles Brown22 Mar
          • Re: One inst has 39 columns- the other 40Nuno Tavares22 Mar
            • Re: One inst has 39 columns- the other 40Michael Dykman22 Mar
          • Re: One inst has 39 columns- the other 40Reindl Harald22 Mar
            • RE: One inst has 39 columns- the other 40Charles Brown22 Mar
          • Re: One inst has 39 columns- the other 40Mark Goodge22 Mar
    • Re: One inst has 39 columns- the other 40Reindl Harald21 Mar
      • tables do not have the same number of columns. Charles Brown22 Mar
        • Re: tables do not have the same number of columns.Johan De Meersman22 Mar