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From: Sebastian Mendel (listssebastianmendel.de)
Date: Wed Apr 23 2008 - 08:27:17 CDT
Dobromir Velev schrieb:
> What I'm trying to do is to create a new InnoDB table on a different disk and
> symlink it to an existing database.
> I have innodb_file_per_table turned on and here is how I tried to do it
> mysql> \u test
> mysql> create table test (...) ENGINE = 'InnoDB';
> move the test.ibd file to the other disk
> create a simlink in the database directory
> flush tables;
> This works as expected but there is something that bothers me - I inserted
> about 60K rows in the new table and all queries I tried are working
> including selects, inserts and updates. The "SHOW TABLE STATUS" command
> displays relevant results and still the test.ibd file to which the symlink
> points hasn't been changed or accessed at all.
> Any ideas are welcome
you need to setup per-table tablespace, did you?
Section 188.8.131.52, “Using Per-Table Tablespaces”.
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