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From:Johan De Meersman Date:June 27 2014 2:48pm
Subject:Re: Optimizing InnoDB tables
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> From: "Antonio Fernández Pérez"
> <antoniofernandez@stripped>
> Subject: Re: Optimizing InnoDB tables
> 
> I would like to know, if is possible, why after execute an analyze table
> command on some fragmented table, after that, appears fragmented again.

Simple question: why do you believe this is a problem?


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  • Re: Optimizing InnoDB tablesWagner Bianchi24 Jun 2014
    • Re: Optimizing InnoDB tablesAntonio Fernández Pérez24 Jun 2014
  • Re: Optimizing InnoDB tablesshawn l.green24 Jun 2014
    • Re: Optimizing InnoDB tablesReindl Harald24 Jun 2014
      • Re: Optimizing InnoDB tablesshawn l.green24 Jun 2014
        • Re: Optimizing InnoDB tablesAntonio Fernández Pérez25 Jun 2014
          • Re: Optimizing InnoDB tablesJohan De Meersman25 Jun 2014
          • Re: Optimizing InnoDB tablesAndre Matos25 Jun 2014
            • Re: Optimizing InnoDB tablesAntonio Fernández Pérez27 Jun 2014
              • Re: Optimizing InnoDB tablesReindl Harald27 Jun 2014
                • Re: Optimizing InnoDB tablesAntonio Fernández Pérez27 Jun 2014
                  • Re: Optimizing InnoDB tablesshawn l.green27 Jun 2014
                  • Re: Optimizing InnoDB tablesJohan De Meersman27 Jun 2014
                    • Re: Optimizing InnoDB tablesAntonio Fernández Pérez30 Jun 2014
                      • Re: Optimizing InnoDB tablesReindl Harald30 Jun 2014