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Mysql Partitioning

Discussion in 'Database Discussion' started by NemoXP, Sep 26, 2011.

  1. NemoXP

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    Hello.
    Is any way to enable mysql partitioning on a server when everything is installed and working?
    I have WHM 11.30.3 (build 5).

    From how less info i found on the internet, i believe that this option is not yet supported by cpanel, but i need to be sure.

    Thanks
     
  2. cPanelKenneth

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    We don't provide a means to, nor support for, implemented MySQL Partitioning.
     
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    My version (5.1.56) shows user-defined partitioning being available in MySQL:

    Code:
    root@host [~]# mysql -e "show VARIABLES LIKE '%partition%';" mysql
    +-------------------+-------+
    | Variable_name     | Value |
    +-------------------+-------+
    | have_partitioning | YES   |
    +-------------------+-------+
    
    root@host [~]# mysql -e "show plugins" mysql
    +------------+----------+----------------+---------+---------+
    | Name       | Status   | Type           | Library | License |
    +------------+----------+----------------+---------+---------+
    | binlog     | ACTIVE   | STORAGE ENGINE | NULL    | GPL     |
    [b]| partition  | ACTIVE   | STORAGE ENGINE | NULL    | GPL     |[/b]
    | ARCHIVE    | ACTIVE   | STORAGE ENGINE | NULL    | GPL     |
    | BLACKHOLE  | ACTIVE   | STORAGE ENGINE | NULL    | GPL     |
    | CSV        | ACTIVE   | STORAGE ENGINE | NULL    | GPL     |
    | FEDERATED  | DISABLED | STORAGE ENGINE | NULL    | GPL     |
    | MEMORY     | ACTIVE   | STORAGE ENGINE | NULL    | GPL     |
    | InnoDB     | DISABLED | STORAGE ENGINE | NULL    | GPL     |
    | MyISAM     | ACTIVE   | STORAGE ENGINE | NULL    | GPL     |
    | MRG_MYISAM | ACTIVE   | STORAGE ENGINE | NULL    | GPL     |
    +------------+----------+----------------+---------+---------+
    For reference:

    http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.1/en/partitioning.html
     
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    Mine has not. Is mysql being updated by cpanel whm automatically? (i have 5.0.95)
     
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    Have you tried updating to MySQL 5.1 to see if it is available in that version, since it's the one I tested with and the documentation that I linked to.
     
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