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How to increase speed "SHOW TABLE STATUS FROM table" in a innodb table

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When I launch SHOW TABLE STATUS FROM tablename, in a innodb table, the results take more than 1 minute.

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by:Muhammad Wasif
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Normally for a single table you do
SHOW TABLE STATUS LIKE 'table'

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Did you try this?
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by:lnrivera
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Yes, but the table is a innodb and take a lot of time to resolve it
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by:Muhammad Wasif
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This slowness seems to be due to transactions or READ LOCKs as mentioned here.

Which MySQL version do you have?
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by:lnrivera
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We have 5.5, and the "show table status" are running in a server without any another connections (Only for test), the question is that the table is a big innod table with thousands of records
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What information do you need in SHOW TABLE STATUS output? I believe you can get the same information from INFORMATION_SCHEMA.
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