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From:Dan Nelson Date:March 15 2000 6:08pm
Subject:Re: mysql -O doesn't set variables properly
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In the last episode (Mar 15), Mark Maggelet said:
> Hi there,
> If I do:
> mysqld -O table_cache=200 &
> 
> and then type mysqld -O I get:
> 
> ...
> table_cache           current value: 64
> ...
> 
> what happened to 200?

Nothing.  You ran mysqld twice.  The second process has no idea you ran
the first one.  If you want to see the settings on a running mysqld,
run "mysqladmin variables".

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	Dan Nelson
	dnelson@stripped
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