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From:Fred Lindberg Date:July 30 1999 11:13pm
Subject:Re: 400,000 records is some limit to mysql?
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On Fri, 30 Jul 1999 10:52:45 -0700, Scott Hess wrote:

>you, it's just that I often tend to delete messages which aren't in response
>to other messages, on the theory that the response is generally the more
>interesting thing.

Subscribe to the digest. For each subject, start reading only from the
second message (this is what I usually do). With normal traffic,
digests go out twice daily, so the delay isn't much. Use the thread
command to get the entire thread and mysql-get@stripped to get
all messages since the lastest digest (if you want to get up-to-date
mesages).


-Sincerely, Fred

(Frederik Lindberg, Infectious Diseases, WashU, St. Louis, MO, USA)


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400,000 records is some limit to mysql?Dino29 Jul
  • 400,000 records is some limit to mysql?Jani Tolonen30 Jul
  • Re: 400,000 records is some limit to mysql?Ralph Graulich30 Jul
  • Re: 400,000 records is some limit to mysql?Scott Hess30 Jul
    • Re: 400,000 records is some limit to mysql?Darrell Shifflett30 Jul
      • Re: 400,000 records is some limit to mysql?Scott Hess31 Jul
    • Deleting messages (was Re: 400,000 records is some limit to mysql?)Van30 Jul
Re: 400,000 records is some limit to mysql?Fred Lindberg31 Jul