I aggressively deleted a ton of data after using this query: SET FOREIGN_KEY_CHECKS = 0; Is there any easy way I can analyze the entire database to check to see if I have any hanging records that ...
I need to alter a large table in order to add a foreign key. Does adding the constraint cause the table to be rebuilt? The referenced table already exists and has an index on the column.
I'm about to drop an index from a mySQL INNODB table. There are references defined already. When I try to alter it, it says: 1025 - Error on rename of 'X/#sql-2a5f_219828' to 'X' (errno: 150) ...
What would be the best way to get a visual representation of a group of MySQL tables' foreign key constraints? (other than drawing them out by hand) Something like this: