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From:Paul DuBois Date:July 22 2003 1:41pm
Subject:RE: Set variable ft_min_word_len
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At 9:25 +0100 7/22/03, Marek Lewczuk wrote:
>  > the correct syntax is WITHOUT quotes and WITHOUT spaces.
>>
>>    --ft_min_word_len=2
>>
>>  or
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>>    -O ft_min_word_len=2      <-- but -O is obsolete
>>
>>  but not
>>
>>    -O 'ft_min_word_len = 2'
>
>But we want to set this variable in my.cnf, so the syntax shouldn't be
>like this:
>set-variable = ft_min_word_len=2
>
>??

Yes, that should work.  Can you copy and paste your my.cnf file
here, or at leasts the [mysqld] group from it?  Thanks.  Maybe there
is something about the surrounding context that is odd.

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Set variable ft_min_word_lenMarek Lewczuk22 Jul
  • Re: Set variable ft_min_word_lenPaul DuBois22 Jul
    • RE: Set variable ft_min_word_lenMarek Lewczuk22 Jul
  • Re: Set variable ft_min_word_lenSergei Golubchik22 Jul
    • RE: Set variable ft_min_word_lenMarek Lewczuk22 Jul
      • Re: Set variable ft_min_word_lenSergei Golubchik22 Jul
      • RE: Set variable ft_min_word_lenPaul DuBois22 Jul