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From: Marten Lehmann (lehmanncnm.de)
Date: Mon Mar 03 2008 - 19:05:20 CST
when we create user accounts on our mysql server, then we strictly
disallow "CREATE TEMPORARY TABLE".
This said, I was a bit shocked that mysql doesn't really care and allows
this command without a problem:
create table x engine = memory;
What is the use to deny users to create a temporary table (which is kept
in memory only), when each user is free to consume all memory using the
memory-engine for a table?
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