On 15 December 2015 at 10:23, Davide D'Alto <davide(a)hibernate.org> wrote:
the file ibdata1 created by MariaDB has reached the size of 1G.
This happens because when deleting the tables the size of the db does not
There are some possible solutions I can try, but I need to change the
configuration of the db and probably upgrade it.
Would that be ok?
Sure. Upgrading is fine too, but just configuration changes should be enough.
As far as I remember MariaDB is unable to shrink its data tables, so
if you reconfigure it after this size was already allocated it won't
reduce the space; you might have to stop it, delete the data tables
manually, and have it rebuild them.
I've also created a JIRA for this:
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