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From:Santosh Killedar Date:February 17 2008 12:52am
Subject:MYSQL Limit
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I have a MYsql table with following columns Node ID,
Comment ID, Text, Date. Coment ID is primary key. For
each Node ID there are one or more comment IDs
(comments). There is a threshold (max_comments) that a
node can have. How can I delete oldest comments
associated with those nodes where this threshold is
surpassed, such that the number of comments again will
be below threshold for the node. The threshold is
common for all nodes but the current number of
comments is not (since those were added before the
threshold policy established). Please note I want to
delete older comments first, only for nodes above

Santosh Killedar

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MYSQL Limit Santosh Killedar17 Feb
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