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MySQL Database

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by skyyuan, Dec 26, 2009.

  1. skyyuan

    skyyuan Member

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    Hi...

    Seeks advice..... i'm not sure wad have i done... in "MySql databases" its shows 0.00M... however, if i'm not wrong,it suppose to be 0.01M... pls advice... do i required to reinstall any documentation ???
     
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    If you have some records in your database then it will shows the usable disk space however, if there are no records presents it will show disk space as 0 MB. Try to create the tables and enter some records in your database and have a try.
     
  3. skyyuan

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    1) oh.. so can i assume that having o.oom in the database is ok ??

    2) i encounter another issue.... after i create a database... i got a error..


    "There was a problem creating the database.. Show Details"

    details: "Error from mysql wrapper: "

    wad is this error ???

    Oh man!!! i'm so noob to this thingie... i really need all yr assistance....

    thx!!!
     
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