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How to allocate more memory for HEAP tables?
Posted by: Jack Ling
Date: April 27, 2005 12:56AM

Hi,


When I load data with over 10,000 records into a HEAP table, it generates an error:
ERROR 1114(HY000) THE TABLE 'XXX' IS FULL.

Where can I see how much RAM memory is allocated for mysql HEAP purposes? And how can I tune to allocate more memory for this to accomodate?

Besides, when I upload the data to the tables, there are some number of WARNINGS. How can I the details of it to determine what's wrong?

thanks a lot.
jack ling

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