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Re: More enum values in enum fields
2013/7/10 Stewart Smith <stewart@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Roberto Spadim <roberto@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> > well, another doubts that i had some time ago reading unireg source...
> > 1)why it have a 64k limit? that's a logical limit (a limit in int
> > or char or something like it)? or just a "well i think 64k is a good
> > 'constant' limit"?
> 2^16 is why there's that limit.
ok but why 2^16? it's based in some structure with a variable type that
can't handler > 2^16 bytes? or just a number like 65555 65554 65553... ?
> > 2)why we "still" with this "old" unireg format?
> > i know that someone must start the new format and it will not be
> > with mysql...
> > but there's any raw idea or a issue in mdev or lauchpad about changing
> > format or creating a new one?
> > maybe something more human readable YAML or JSON, and a space for engine
> > information https://mariadb.atlassian.net/browse/MDEV-3936
> See my other post: Drizzle has a protobuf based format. It's non trivial
> to make the server behave with this though. It appears there's some code
> in MariaDB to construct server data structures from a SQL statement
> though, so perhaps that's more usable.
> Stewart Smith
humm i read something about protobuf, but is it human readable?
i see yaml and json more common to web standards but they don't have a 'xml
schema', while protobuf have a optional / required
other doubt, does this increase open/close expend time? for example, today
frm = 0.1ms, protobuf=1ms, or something like it? or file parse time isn't
the main time consume open/close expend time?