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Re: Update and pruning
Posted by: Mikael Ronström
Date: November 13, 2006 02:13PM

Hi,


Jens Tandstad Wrote:
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> I have a very straightforward question:
> I have table partitioned by parentID. If I change
> the parentID and the new parentID requires the row
> to be moved to a different partition. Does this
> happen automatically if i use the SQL below?
>
> UPDATE person.parentID = 22 where parentID = 10;
>

Yes, this happens automatically. As MySQL works it is known
from which partition to update comes and then before applying
the update the partition to put the updated version into is
calculated. If the same an update is performed otherwise an
insert into the new one is performed followed by a delete from
the old partition.

Check ha_partition::update_row in ha_partition.cc for details.

Defragmentation services isn't part of the partitioning services.
This is a service of the underlying engine if it exists.

Rgrds Mikael



> Does the system identify if the row is now in
> violation with the partition it is currently in,
> and move it? If yes, is the previous partition
> reordered (defragmented) or is there an empty row
> in it? And is there a defragmentation function for
> this kind of situtation that can be scheduled for
> running during the night. I have a system where
> that requires fast access to data (pruning helps)
> but it also requires a great deal of updating.
>
> I am grateful for any help.
> Regards
> Jens

Mikael Ronstrom
Senior Software Architect, MySQL AB
My blog: http://mikaelronstrom.blogspot.com

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