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From:Kevin Cowley Date:March 7 2005 12:21pm
Subject:Join Limits
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Does anyone know if there is a method of circumventing or changing the
default join limits of 64 tables or 1024 columns? We're running Mysql
4.1.4 using MyISAM tables
Kevin Cowley
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