October 4th, 1999, 01:58 AM
Is anyone aware of a mysql index limit, and does that apply to just one table, just one database, or both?
October 18th, 1999, 01:17 PM
I don't have a solution for you but I think I may be experiencing a similar problem.
I've gotten to id 127 and can't seem to insert any more rows. It gives me an error something about Duplicate key....blah blah.
I was wondering myself if there was some way to reset the value. There can't possibly be a limit of 127 rows in a table.
October 18th, 1999, 01:32 PM
Your index is limited by the data type. Robman must be using a tinyint (signed) data type which would limit the max to 127 (signed tinyint ranges from -128 to 127) as a tinyint is only 1 byte in size. By using an unsigned tinyint the range would be 0 to 255. An unsigned smallint max would be 65535 (2 bytes). Mediumint unsigned max would be 16777215 (3 bytes). Int unsigned would be 4294967295 (4 bytes). Big int (8 bytes) unsigned would be 18446744073709551615 (not exactly practical). For most dynamic tables an unsigned mediumint should suffice.
[This message has been edited by rod k (edited 10-18-99).]
October 18th, 1999, 02:47 PM
Yep. Rod is correct.
I just came back to answer my own question. I've now changed it to SMALLINT UNSIGNED.
Hopefully I'll remember this if I hit my head on the ceiling again!