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where can i chnage the ft_min_word_len ?

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where can i chnage the ft_min_word_len ?

i have windows and i use wamp
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Hy!

Try "SET GLOBAL ft_min_word_len=2" from command line or try to change it in "/etc/my.cnf".

If these don't work: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/fulltext-fine-tuning.html
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Oh, and after you put it to my.cnf, restart the server, repair the table, where the key is in, and it should have to work...
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