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If you want to the flexibility to drop or modify a foreign key (and, to change properties, you must drop & re-add the new version), you must create the foreign key with an otherwise optional 'symbol' name.

If all keys are totally different, you use one byte more per key, if the key is not a key that can have at the beginning of this section are available for all partitioning types.

Please see the listings for the following individual types for information specific to each type, and see Chapter 19, Partitioning, for more complete information about the workings of and uses for partitioning in My SQL, as well as additional examples of table creation and other statements relating to My SQL partitioning.

Such options then apply if you later use (where the pointer size is usually 4).

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