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ERROR 1069: Too many keys specified. Max 64 keys allowed
Posted by: Franck Bertet ()
Date: November 09, 2005 04:56AM

I use MySQL 5.0.13RC under Linux

I'm trying to create a table with 70 foreign keys and the next message appear :
ERROR 1069: Too many keys specified. Max 64 keys allowed

Can I avoid/modify this restriction easily?

Thank you all.

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ERROR 1069: Too many keys specified. Max 64 keys allowed 16230 Franck Bertet 11/09/2005 04:56AM
Re: ERROR 1069: Too many keys specified. Max 64 keys allowed 6910 Jan Lindström 11/10/2005 01:31AM
Re: ERROR 1069: Too many keys specified. Max 64 keys allowed 5701 Franck Bertet 11/14/2005 04:54AM
Re: ERROR 1069: Too many keys specified. Max 64 keys allowed 6748 masegui 11/16/2005 03:12AM
Re: ERROR 1069: Too many keys specified. Max 64 keys allowed 5378 Jan Lindström 11/16/2005 03:29AM
Re: ERROR 1069: Too many keys specified. Max 64 keys allowed 5357 Remco Luitwieler 05/23/2007 02:31AM
Re: ERROR 1069: Too many keys specified. Max 64 keys allowed 5403 Ivan Ivanov 05/12/2009 06:41AM


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