In a certain replication setup I have created multi-master replication in STAR topology using MariaDB. I have an unknown number of 'client-masters', so I have set the auto_increment_increment to 30 ...
I am very perturbed by this weird behaviour I am seeing in the auto_increment value recorded in the bidID of a Bids table after performing bulk insertion using a stored procedure: INSERT INTO Bids ...
I have a table which contains an auto incremented primary key id. If I delete the last row (highest id, for exampe id = 6) and insert a new row, the new id starts at 7. Which paramater I have to ...
I use MariaDB 5.5. It increases every auto_increment value by 2. So all my ai cols look like 1 3 5 7 9 ... Where can I change this behaviour? Or might this be a bug?
I have a situation where I have three tables: sample, sample_name and run (extra columns removed to be only relevant information). CREATE TABLE `sample` ( `sample_id` int unsigned NOT NULL ...