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Re: Is there a solution to this?
Posted by: Jay Pipes
Date: May 19, 2008 09:41AM

Steve Ryan Wrote:
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> Note I've also tried converting my tables to
> Innodb - this makes no difference.

Actually, using InnoDB *is* the solution. It is the UPDATE on job_offers that is causing the locks, not the temp table. Could you do a SHOW CREATE TABLE\G for each of the tables in the temp table query?

Thanks,

Jay

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