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MariaDB COUNT() aggregate function is used to restore the count of an expression. The COUNT () Function counts only NOT NULL values. COUNT (*) counts the total number of rows in a table. COUNT () would return 0 if there ...

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MariaDB 5.2.5 and below were all compiled for 32-bit Windows only. These versions of MariaDB will keep running under 64-bit Windows, however they will keep running as 32-bit processes. MariaDB 5.2.6 or above have 64-bit Windows pairs accessible. 64-bit pairs ...

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InnoDB/XtraDB tables can be up to 64TB in size. Over this you can have different tables per database and various databases per server. Normally the size and space limits of confinement of your underlying storage and operating system are reached ...

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The ‘MySQL’ name is trademarked by Oracle, and they have remained quiet about that trademark. The name MySQL (simply like the MyISAM storage engine) originates from Monty’s first daughter “My”. MariaDB continues this tradition by being named after his younger ...

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The data directory location is controlled by the datadir variable. Look at your /etc/mysql/my.cnf files to see where your installation of MariaDB is designed to store data. The default is/var/lib/mysql however usually changed, as for example if you are using ...

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