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From:Jerry Schwartz Date:October 7 2011 1:53pm
Subject:RE: How MyISAM handle auto_increment
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>-----Original Message-----
>From: Lucio Chiappetti [mailto:lucio@stripped]
>Sent: Thursday, October 06, 2011 3:18 AM
>To: Jerry Schwartz
>Cc: Mysql List
>Subject: RE: How MyISAM handle auto_increment
>On Wed, 5 Oct 2011, Jerry Schwartz wrote:
>> Can't you use
>> CREATE TABLE yyyy LIKE xxxx
>> and then reset the auto-increment value?
>Thanks. Since when does "create table like" exist? I was unaware of it,
>but I see it exists in mysql 5.1. The tricks I described worked since 3.x
>or thereabouts.
[JS] I don't know when it was introduced. I never used anything before 4.0, 
and I don't remember when I first used it that command.


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How MyISAM handle auto_incrementAngela liu3 Oct
  • Re: How MyISAM handle auto_incrementReindl Harald3 Oct
    • Re: How MyISAM handle auto_incrementLucio Chiappetti5 Oct
  • Re: How MyISAM handle auto_incrementmos4 Oct
  • Re: How MyISAM handle auto_incrementAngela liu4 Oct
    • Re: How MyISAM handle auto_incrementmos4 Oct
RE: How MyISAM handle auto_incrementLucio Chiappetti6 Oct
  • RE: How MyISAM handle auto_incrementJerry Schwartz7 Oct