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From:Victoria Reznichenko Date:August 29 2002 11:08am
Subject:Re: CREATE TABLE adds ZEROFILL
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martin,
Wednesday, August 28, 2002, 10:12:13 PM, you wrote:

m> Description:
m>         I am porting MySQL to Linux/Alpha. On some occasions
m>         the CREATE TABLE statement adds ZEROFILL for int(11)
m>         fields. If you don't know this problem, let me know
m>         so I can try to fix it. If you know the problem please
m>         let me know what to do (I don't want to re-invent the
m>         wheel).

m> How-To-Repeat:
        
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m> Fix:
m>         I did not examine the problem yet. Do you know it or
m>         do I have to investigate it myself?

Hm.. Strange ..
I tested your example on 3.23.52 and on 4.0.3 and it worked like a
charm ..

What options did you use for mysqldump?





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CREATE TABLE adds ZEROFILLmartin28 Aug
  • Re: CREATE TABLE adds ZEROFILLVictoria Reznichenko29 Aug