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COUNT(*) on innodb
Posted by: Jacky Shu ()
Date: November 24, 2005 09:15AM

Hi,

I ran an experiment on an innodb table (10Million rows).
I used count(*) to monitor the table growth.
Unfortunately, I found it needed 8 minutes.
If I use SHOW TABLE STATUS, it only gives me an estimated row number.
Is there any other ways to work around?

Thank you very much,

Jacky

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Re: COUNT(*) on innodb 3698 Jacky Shu 11/24/2005 12:16PM
Re: COUNT(*) on innodb 3631 Jay Pipes 11/24/2005 12:39PM
Re: COUNT(*) on innodb 3164 Jacky Shu 11/24/2005 12:55PM
Re: COUNT(*) on innodb 3498 Jay Pipes 11/24/2005 01:03PM
Re: COUNT(*) on innodb 2710 Jacky Shu 11/24/2005 01:11PM
Re: COUNT(*) on innodb 2618 Jay Pipes 11/24/2005 01:32PM
Re: COUNT(*) on innodb 2463 Jacky Shu 11/24/2005 02:07PM
Re: COUNT(*) on innodb 2695 James Day 11/24/2005 08:00PM
Re: COUNT(*) on innodb 2419 Jacky Shu 11/24/2005 08:38PM
Re: COUNT(*) on innodb 2312 James Day 11/25/2005 05:15PM


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