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MySQL - Index Type

Scott Selikoff
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I have an index on a column created in MySQL but the type does not appear to be specified. Is there a simple way to determine if this is a hash or sorted index? Does MySQL use one by default or is that a custom setting?


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Scott Selikoff
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Nevermind, "SHOW INDEX FROM [table]" gave me the information I needed.
 
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