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select count(*) from table
Posted by: Shawn Rusin
Date: August 10, 2004 04:59PM

I have an issue where I'm running both versions of MYSQL 3.23 and 4.0

I’m using this script to monitor table size on my 4.0 server
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pass1
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Select count(*), 'Table1' from Table1 union all
select count(*), 'Table2' from Table2 union all
select count(*), 'Table3' from Table3
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Results
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row : table_name
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19 : table1
05 : table2
02 : table3
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I need to run the same on my 3.23 but 'union all' is not supported in 3.23


Does some one know of a better way to do this?

I need a row count that is accurate from all tables in my database and would like it to contain the number of rows or size with the name of table

thanks-
Shawn Rusin

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