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Re: Partitioning with timestamp column
Posted by: Rick James
Date: August 03, 2012 07:30PM

Could we see the rest of the CREATE TABLE.

This technique will run into another problem with newer systems -- TIMESTAMP is getting stuff after the decimal point, hence the error
ERROR 1697 (HY000): VALUES value for partition 'p0' must have type INT
I have not found a workaround for it.

Sorry, I forgot about the 'questionable' restriction:

Meanwhile, you are out of luck for using RANGE PARTITIONing on a TIMESTAMP.

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