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Re: Join and order by between two tables in two databases
Posted by: Francois Debly
Date: April 07, 2005 08:38AM

unfortunately not, all db files are located in the same partition. The only thing I have noticed that could be a problem is a strange management of swap by the system. When executing the join with two different databases, MySql consumes much more memory and does not free it. Moreover, some swap is consumed. When executing the same request, all tables located in the same database, the amount of memory used by MySql increases but decreases after the request ended.

Francois.

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