Re: Indexs after table name changed
Posted by: Martin Ng
Date: June 27, 2016 05:14PM

Hi Rick,
It does not show any errors. I came to be aware when a user(my boss), told me that he wasn't able to search any case records. The search just shows no records, but we know the case is there database. So, I went to check on the information_schema.statistics of the re-named table.
That is how I found out the issue. The named table is not using/showing the indexes associated with it. I was still assoicated to the before-the-change ones. After I have dropped those tables and recreated them, the search is back to normal.
I didn't have this issue before with MS Server and Oracle. Not sure if this is MYSQL's limitation,or if there is something I did wrong that could be avoided. If I need to recreate all indexes (6 of them) , it will take the service unavailable for over an hour to the public. Hope it is something I've missed in MySQL, and someone could point me to avoid it.
Thank you.

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