On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 03:56:32AM -0700, Jamie Krasnoo wrote:
> - or -
> As it stands now, both will produce an error and MySQL will not start.
> Other ways could be like: RAID_DIRS=/data1:/data2:/data3
Well, I'll throw my thoughts in as well...
I'd use a combination of my.cnf entries and SQL. The my.cnf entry (or
entries) woudl list the available directories, like others have
suggested. Then, using SQL, you could:
* Mark a table to be "spread out" at creation time vis some
* Possibly do it after the fact using ALTER TABLE.
As for the exact syntax, I don't know what might be best.
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