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I have a table with a timestamp field called "time".

I have many records in this table and "time" has value like: 1343296642, 1343308689...

I need to run a query to subtract 2 years of time to those value.

Can I do this.

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Perhaps this UPDATE may do it:

UPDATE tablename SET `time` = `time` - INTERVAL 2 YEAR;
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I´ll try it.... –  chefnelone Jul 27 '12 at 13:56
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