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Using per table tablespace option
Posted by: development
Date: May 10, 2005 06:05AM

Hello all,

As i've posted the message before few hours, I've partially got the answer of my problem. If i m not wrong then for innodb tablespace once we've allocated space for ibdata then we cant shrink the file ibdata although we are dropping some tables or deleting so many rows from the tables.

now i've got the solution to use per table tablespace option. I wanted to ask that if i am enabling innodb_file_per_table option in my.cnf file and restarting the mysql server, all the newly created table will create new .ibd files, but what can i do for my old tables to make the same .ibd files and shrinking my actual ibdata file??

Thank you very much.

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