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From:Paul DuBois Date:September 24 1999 3:13am
Subject:Re: ISD file size
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At 10:06 PM -0500 9/23/99, Cliff Addy wrote:
>On Tue, 21 Sep 1999, Paul DuBois wrote:
>> At 6:38 PM -0500 9/21/99, Cliff Addy wrote:
>> >I'm sure this has to be a FAQ, but I've been unable to dig it up.  I have
>> >a rather large database that I've zapped a lot of old data from.  However,
>> >the ISD file remains the same size.
>> >
>> >What do I need to do to have mysql release all that disk space?
>My, what a terse answer.  And just where do I use this magical little
>command?  I can't even find it in the docs.

There's not much more to say.  Invoke mysql and issue this command:

mysql> OPTIMIZE TABLE tbl_name;

The command is described in chapter 7 of the MySQL Reference Manual,
in the section for, er, OPTIMIZE TABLE.  Perhaps you have an old
version of the manual.

Paul DuBois, paul@stripped
ISD file sizeCliff Addy22 Sep
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