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From: Brad Heintz (brad.heintzgmail.com)
Date: Fri Dec 05 2008 - 15:23:57 CST
Thanks for responding.
The CREATE TABLE docs for 5.1 say that DATA DIRECTORY and INDEX DIRECTORY
take absolute paths (not relative), and will in fact reject paths containing
the MySQL data dir. Because I'm out of other ideas, I did try creating the
directories under the MySQL data dir and it doesn't change the error, so it
has nothing to do with MySQL secretly expecting relative paths.
I have created the directories by hand, and as I said in my original email,
I've tried chown'ing them to the MySQL user. No change in outcome.
On Fri, Dec 5, 2008 at 4:01 PM, <ceol-i-e.com> wrote:
> I've never created a partitioned table, but...
> $ perror 13
> OS error code 13: Permission denied
> So I suspect some kind of file-system permissions issue...
> Are you sure that the path you are giving isn't "relative" to the mysql
> data dir?
> In which case it's trying to use something more like:
> Or, perhaps, you need to do the mkdir of idx_foo for it???
> Or, perhaps, MySQL really doesn't like the idea of root-owned DB files, and
> wants them owned by MySQL user?
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