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From:Iikka Meriläinen Date:August 27 2002 7:02pm
Subject:Re: MySQL Table size in AIX
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On Tue, 27 Aug 2002, Scott Pippin wrote:

> I found out my AIX box's maximum file size is 2GB.  What can I do if I
> will have MySQL tables that are possibly over 2GB?


There are basically two things you should consider:
1) Switch to InnoDB tables and create several data files just under 2GB

2) Use MyISAM RAID option
This requires you to compile your MySQL with --with-raid configuration
parameter. Then MySQL will create separate 00, 01, 02, 03 and so on
directories with a piece of your table in each of them.
See Manual section 6.5.3 (CREATE TABLE syntax) for detailed coverage. You
will want RAID_TYPE=STRIPED configuration since that facilitates for the
spreading of the .MYD files.


* Iikka Meriläinen                       *
* E-mail: Iikka.Merilainen@stripped *
* Vaala, Finland                         *

MySQL Table size in AIXScott Pippin27 Aug
  • Re: MySQL Table size in AIXIikka Meriläinen27 Aug
  • Re: MySQL Table size in AIXLenz Grimmer27 Aug