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From:Dan Nelson Date:June 14 2002 3:42am
Subject:Re: Is this an FAQ?
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In the last episode (Jun 13), Phil Reardon said:
> I've been trying to "select * table" as a way to review a large table
> in mysql.  But only 1000 rows are returned, whereas there should be
> about 1200 rows in all.  Is this a limitation in mysql?  Is there a
> configuration file where it can be reset to a higher value?  Thanks
> in advance. Phil Reardon

So you're saying "SELECT count(*) FROM mytable" returns:

| count(*) |
|     1200 |
1 row in set (0.00 sec)

, and when you do "SELECT * FROM mytable", you get:

..( 1000 rows of table data )
1000 rows in set (x.xx sec)


	Dan Nelson
Is this an FAQ?Phil Reardon14 Jun
  • Re: Is this an FAQ?Dan Nelson14 Jun
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