ibazz — 2011-01-05T11:08:29-05:00 — #1
A query of mine seems to be creating temp files in the tmp dir of my server. I thought that when the query had finished with them, that MySQL would delete them but it seems not to be so.
Is there a setup configuration that I need to change so that they will be deleted or is this something I need to do in my scripting or with a cron job?
ibazz — 2011-01-05T11:15:36-05:00 — #2
Also, if a query creates a temporary table, what is the method by which I can access its name? (for the purpose of adding drop temporary table to a new statement).