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    NAME

    myisampack - generate compressed, read-only MyISAM tables
     
    

    SYNOPSIS

    myisampack [options] file_name ...
     

    DESCRIPTION

    The myisampack utility compresses MyISAM tables. myisampack works by compressing each column in the table separately. Usually, myisampack packs the data file 40%-70%.

    When the table is used later, the server reads into memory the information needed to decompress columns. This results in much better performance when accessing individual rows, because you only have to uncompress exactly one row.

    MySQL uses mmap() when possible to perform memory mapping on compressed tables. If mmap() does not work, MySQL falls back to normal read/write file operations.

    Please note the following:

    *
    If the mysqld server was invoked with external locking disabled, it is not a good idea to invoke myisampack if the table might be updated by the server during the packing process. It is safest to compress tables with the server stopped.
    *
    After packing a table, it becomes read-only. This is generally intended (such as when accessing packed tables on a CD). Allowing writes to a packed table is on our TODO list, but with low priority.
    *
    myisampack can pack BLOB or TEXT columns. (The older pack_isam program for ISAM tables did not have this capability.)

    Invoke myisampack like this:

    shell> myisampack [options] file_name ...
    

    Each filename argument should be the name of an index (.MYI) file. If you are not in the database directory, you should specify the pathname to the file. It is permissible to omit the .MYI extension.

    After you compress a table with myisampack, you should use myisamchk -rq to rebuild its indexes. myisamchk(1).

    myisampack supports the following options:

    *
    --help, -?

    Display a help message and exit.

    *
    --backup, -b

    Make a backup of each table's data file using the name tbl_name.OLD.

    *
    --character-sets-dir=path

    The directory where character sets are installed. See Section 9.1, lqThe Character Set Used for Data and Sortingrq.

    *
    --debug[=debug_options], -# [debug_options]

    Write a debugging log. The debug_options string often is 'd:t:o,file_name'.

    *
    --force, -f

    Produce a packed table even if it becomes larger than the original or if the intermediate file from an earlier invocation of myisampack exists. (myisampack creates an intermediate file named tbl_name.TMD in the database directory while it compresses the table. If you kill myisampack, the .TMD file might not be deleted.) Normally, myisampack exits with an error if it finds that tbl_name.TMD exists. With --force, myisampack packs the table anyway.

    *
    --join=big_tbl_name, -j big_tbl_name

    Join all tables named on the command line into a single table big_tbl_name. All tables that are to be combined must have identical structure (same column names and types, same indexes, and so forth).

    *
    --packlength=len, -p len

    Specify the row length storage size, in bytes. The value should be 1, 2, or 3. myisampack stores all rows with length pointers of 1, 2, or 3 bytes. In most normal cases, myisampack can determine the correct length value before it begins packing the file, but it may notice during the packing process that it could have used a shorter length. In this case, myisampack prints a note that you could use a shorter row length the next time you pack the same file.

    *
    --silent, -s

    Silent mode. Write output only when errors occur.

    *
    --test, -t

    Do not actually pack the table, just test packing it.

    *
    --tmpdir=path, -T path

    Use the named directory as the location where myisampack creates temporary files.

    *
    --verbose, -v

    Verbose mode. Write information about the progress of the packing operation and its result.

    *
    --version, -V

    Display version information and exit.

    *
    --wait, -w

    Wait and retry if the table is in use. If the mysqld server was invoked with external locking disabled, it is not a good idea to invoke myisampack if the table might be updated by the server during the packing process.

    The following sequence of commands illustrates a typical table compression session:

    shell> ls -l station.*
    -rw-rw-r--   1 monty    my         994128 Apr 17 19:00 station.MYD
    -rw-rw-r--   1 monty    my          53248 Apr 17 19:00 station.MYI
    -rw-rw-r--   1 monty    my           5767 Apr 17 19:00 station.frm
    shell> myisamchk -dvv station
    MyISAM file:     station
    Isam-version:  2
    Creation time: 1996-03-13 10:08:58
    Recover time:  1997-02-02  3:06:43
    Data records:              1192  Deleted blocks:              0
    Datafile parts:            1192  Deleted data:                0
    Datafile pointer (bytes):     2  Keyfile pointer (bytes):     2
    Max datafile length:   54657023  Max keyfile length:   33554431
    Recordlength:               834
    Record format: Fixed length
    table description:
    Key Start Len Index   Type                 Root  Blocksize    Rec/key
    1   2     4   unique  unsigned long        1024       1024          1
    2   32    30  multip. text                10240       1024          1
    Field Start Length Type
    1     1     1
    2     2     4
    3     6     4
    4     10    1
    5     11    20
    6     31    1
    7     32    30
    8     62    35
    9     97    35
    10    132   35
    11    167   4
    12    171   16
    13    187   35
    14    222   4
    15    226   16
    16    242   20
    17    262   20
    18    282   20
    19    302   30
    20    332   4
    21    336   4
    22    340   1
    23    341   8
    24    349   8
    25    357   8
    26    365   2
    27    367   2
    28    369   4
    29    373   4
    30    377   1
    31    378   2
    32    380   8
    33    388   4
    34    392   4
    35    396   4
    36    400   4
    37    404   1
    38    405   4
    39    409   4
    40    413   4
    41    417   4
    42    421   4
    43    425   4
    44    429   20
    45    449   30
    46    479   1
    47    480   1
    48    481   79
    49    560   79
    50    639   79
    51    718   79
    52    797   8
    53    805   1
    54    806   1
    55    807   20
    56    827   4
    57    831   4
    shell> myisampack station.MYI
    Compressing station.MYI: (1192 records)
    - Calculating statistics
    normal:     20  empty-space:   16  empty-zero:     12  empty-fill:  11
    pre-space:   0  end-space:     12  table-lookups:   5  zero:         7
    Original trees:  57  After join: 17
    - Compressing file
    87.14%
    Remember to run myisamchk -rq on compressed tables
    shell> ls -l station.*
    -rw-rw-r--   1 monty    my         127874 Apr 17 19:00 station.MYD
    -rw-rw-r--   1 monty    my          55296 Apr 17 19:04 station.MYI
    -rw-rw-r--   1 monty    my           5767 Apr 17 19:00 station.frm
    shell> myisamchk -dvv station
    MyISAM file:     station
    Isam-version:  2
    Creation time: 1996-03-13 10:08:58
    Recover time:  1997-04-17 19:04:26
    Data records:               1192  Deleted blocks:              0
    Datafile parts:             1192  Deleted data:                0
    Datafile pointer (bytes):      3  Keyfile pointer (bytes):     1
    Max datafile length:    16777215  Max keyfile length:     131071
    Recordlength:                834
    Record format: Compressed
    table description:
    Key Start Len Index   Type                 Root  Blocksize    Rec/key
    1   2     4   unique  unsigned long       10240       1024          1
    2   32    30  multip. text                54272       1024          1
    Field Start Length Type                         Huff tree  Bits
    1     1     1      constant                             1     0
    2     2     4      zerofill(1)                          2     9
    3     6     4      no zeros, zerofill(1)                2     9
    4     10    1                                           3     9
    5     11    20     table-lookup                         4     0
    6     31    1                                           3     9
    7     32    30     no endspace, not_always              5     9
    8     62    35     no endspace, not_always, no empty    6     9
    9     97    35     no empty                             7     9
    10    132   35     no endspace, not_always, no empty    6     9
    11    167   4      zerofill(1)                          2     9
    12    171   16     no endspace, not_always, no empty    5     9
    13    187   35     no endspace, not_always, no empty    6     9
    14    222   4      zerofill(1)                          2     9
    15    226   16     no endspace, not_always, no empty    5     9
    16    242   20     no endspace, not_always              8     9
    17    262   20     no endspace, no empty                8     9
    18    282   20     no endspace, no empty                5     9
    19    302   30     no endspace, no empty                6     9
    20    332   4      always zero                          2     9
    21    336   4      always zero                          2     9
    22    340   1                                           3     9
    23    341   8      table-lookup                         9     0
    24    349   8      table-lookup                        10     0
    25    357   8      always zero                          2     9
    26    365   2                                           2     9
    27    367   2      no zeros, zerofill(1)                2     9
    28    369   4      no zeros, zerofill(1)                2     9
    29    373   4      table-lookup                        11     0
    30    377   1                                           3     9
    31    378   2      no zeros, zerofill(1)                2     9
    32    380   8      no zeros                             2     9
    33    388   4      always zero                          2     9
    34    392   4      table-lookup                        12     0
    35    396   4      no zeros, zerofill(1)               13     9
    36    400   4      no zeros, zerofill(1)                2     9
    37    404   1                                           2     9
    38    405   4      no zeros                             2     9
    39    409   4      always zero                          2     9
    40    413   4      no zeros                             2     9
    41    417   4      always zero                          2     9
    42    421   4      no zeros                             2     9
    43    425   4      always zero                          2     9
    44    429   20     no empty                             3     9
    45    449   30     no empty                             3     9
    46    479   1                                          14     4
    47    480   1                                          14     4
    48    481   79     no endspace, no empty               15     9
    49    560   79     no empty                             2     9
    50    639   79     no empty                             2     9
    51    718   79     no endspace                         16     9
    52    797   8      no empty                             2     9
    53    805   1                                          17     1
    54    806   1                                           3     9
    55    807   20     no empty                             3     9
    56    827   4      no zeros, zerofill(2)                2     9
    57    831   4      no zeros, zerofill(1)                2     9
    

    myisampack displays the following kinds of information:

    *
    normal

    The number of columns for which no extra packing is used.

    *
    empty-space

    The number of columns containing values that are only spaces. These occupy one bit.

    *
    empty-zero

    The number of columns containing values that are only binary zeros. These occupy one bit.

    *
    empty-fill

    The number of integer columns that do not occupy the full byte range of their type. These are changed to a smaller type. For example, a BIGINT column (eight bytes) can be stored as a TINYINT column (one byte) if all its values are in the range from -128 to 127.

    *
    pre-space

    The number of decimal columns that are stored with leading spaces. In this case, each value contains a count for the number of leading spaces.

    *
    end-space

    The number of columns that have a lot of trailing spaces. In this case, each value contains a count for the number of trailing spaces.

    *
    table-lookup

    The column had only a small number of different values, which were converted to an ENUM before Huffman compression.

    *
    zero

    The number of columns for which all values are zero.

    *
    Original trees

    The initial number of Huffman trees.

    *
    After join

    The number of distinct Huffman trees left after joining trees to save some header space.

    After a table has been compressed, myisamchk -dvv prints additional information about each column:

    *
    Type

    The data type. The value may contain any of the following descriptors:

    *
    constant

    All rows have the same value.

    *
    no endspace

    Do not store endspace.

    *
    no endspace, not_always

    Do not store endspace and do not do endspace compression for all values.

    *
    no endspace, no empty

    Do not store endspace. Do not store empty values.

    *
    table-lookup

    The column was converted to an ENUM.

    *
    zerofill(N)

    The most significant N bytes in the value are always 0 and are not stored.

    *
    no zeros

    Do not store zeros.

    *
    always zero

    Zero values are stored using one bit.

    *
    Huff tree

    The number of the Huffman tree associated with the column.

    *
    Bits

    The number of bits used in the Huffman tree.

    After you run myisampack, you must run myisamchk to re-create any indexes. At this time, you can also sort the index blocks and create statistics needed for the MySQL optimizer to work more efficiently:

    shell> myisamchk -rq --sort-index --analyze tbl_name.MYI
    

    After you have installed the packed table into the MySQL database directory, you should execute mysqladmin flush-tables to force mysqld to start using the new table.

    To unpack a packed table, use the --unpack option to myisamchk.  

    SEE ALSO

    msql2mysql(1), myisam_ftdump(1), myisamchk(1), myisamlog(1), mysql(1), mysql.server(1), mysql_config(1), mysql_fix_privilege_tables(1), mysql_upgrade(1), mysql_zap(1), mysqlaccess(1), mysqladmin(1), mysqlbinlog(1), mysqlcheck(1), mysqld(1), mysqld_multi(1), mysqld_safe(1), mysqldump(1), mysqlhotcopy(1), mysqlimport(1), mysqlmanager(1), mysqlshow(1), perror(1), replace(1), safe_mysqld(1) For more information, please refer to the MySQL Reference Manual, which may already be installed locally and which is also available online at http://dev.mysql.com/doc/.  

    AUTHOR

    MySQL AB (http://www.mysql.com/). This software comes with no warranty.


     

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