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Re: how to merge 2 tables from 2 different database?
Posted by: Ingo Strüwing ()
Date: June 06, 2006 10:54AM

No.

The .MRG file needs file path names. The server tries to access the tables via the file system. Not via the network. If you really want to use tables from other machines, you need to mount the foreign file system via NFS or similar.

The UNION clause may perhaps support path names, but it definitely does not support node names or numbers.

Regards

Ingo Strüwing, Senior Software Developer - Storage Engines
MySQL AB, www.mysql.com

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how to merge 2 tables from 2 different database? 19379 irmtfan 05/19/2006 02:06PM
Re: how to merge 2 tables from 2 different database? 10886 Ingo Strüwing 05/22/2006 03:56AM
Re: how to merge 2 tables from 2 different database? 9285 Vinayak Javaly 06/01/2006 11:16AM
Re: how to merge 2 tables from 2 different database? 9120 Ingo Strüwing 06/02/2006 09:32AM
Re: how to merge 2 tables from 2 different database? 8403 Vinayak Javaly 06/02/2006 10:10AM
Re: how to merge 2 tables from 2 different database? 7772 Ingo Strüwing 06/06/2006 10:54AM
Re: how to merge 2 tables from 2 different database? 11200 Lionel Farr 08/28/2006 04:10PM
Re: how to merge 2 tables from 2 different database? 7586 Lionel Farr 08/30/2006 10:11AM
Re: how to merge 2 tables from 2 different database? 10679 Ingo Strüwing 09/05/2006 01:35AM
Re: how to merge 2 tables from 2 different database? 6405 David Andersen 06/10/2007 10:05AM
Re: how to merge 2 tables from 2 different database? 6675 Shlomo Priymak 06/21/2007 01:54AM
1000$ if implemented 6056 David Andersen 06/27/2007 06:03PM


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