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edited by Vincent Massol
on 2021/04/14
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edited by Eduard Moraru
on 2021/07/07
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87 87  create index xwl_value on xwikilargestrings (xwl_value(50));
88 88  create index xwd_parent on xwikidoc (xwd_parent(50));
89 89  create index xwd_class_xml on xwikidoc (xwd_class_xml(20));
90 -create index ase_page_date on activitystream_events (ase_page, ase_date);
91 91  create index xda_docid1 on xwikiattrecyclebin (xda_docid);
91 +create index ase_page_date on activitystream_events (ase_page, ase_date);
92 92  create index ase_param1 on activitystream_events (ase_param1(200));
93 93  create index ase_param2 on activitystream_events (ase_param2(200));
94 94  create index ase_param3 on activitystream_events (ase_param3(200));
95 95  create index ase_param4 on activitystream_events (ase_param4(200));
96 96  create index ase_param5 on activitystream_events (ase_param5(200));
97 +create index solr_iterate_all_documents on xwikidoc (XWD_WEB, XWD_NAME, XWD_LANGUAGE, XWD_VERSION);
97 97  // Only required if you use stats (feature is off by default)
98 98  create index xws_number on xwikistatsdoc (XWS_NUMBER);
99 99  create index xws_classname on xwikistatsdoc (XWS_CLASSNAME);
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109 109  {{info}}
110 110  Note to XWiki developers: The following indexes could be created automatically though since they're less than 255 characters and thus should be added in a future version of XWiki so that they don't need to be created manually:
111 111  
112 -{{code language='mysql'}}
113 +{{code language="mysql"}}
113 113  create index xws_number on xwikistatsdoc (XWS_NUMBER);
114 114  create index xws_classname on xwikistatsdoc (XWS_CLASSNAME);
115 115  create index xwr_number on xwikistatsreferer (XWR_NUMBER);
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319 319  In current row format, BLOB prefix of 768 bytes is stored inline.
320 320  {{/code}}
321 321  
322 -When you are using a MySQL Server 5.6.20 you can get a "row size too large error."
323 +When you are using a MySQL Server 5.6.20 you can get a "row size too large error."
323 323  In the release notes, it is explained that a innodb_log_file_size which is too small will trigger a "Row size too large error."
324 324  
325 325  You can solve the problem by changing the innodb_log_file_size in the my.ini text file.

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