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NDB_DROP_INDEX(1)		      MySQL Database System			NDB_DROP_INDEX(1)

       ndb_drop_index - drop index from an NDB table

       ndb_drop_index options

       ndb_drop_index drops the specified index from an NDB table.  It is recommended that you
       use this utility only as an example for writing NDB API applications--see the Warning
       later in this section for details.

	   ndb_drop_index -c connect_string table_name index -d db_name

       The statement shown above drops the index named index from the table in the database.

       The following table includes options that are specific to ndb_drop_index. Additional
       descriptions follow the table. For options common to most MySQL Cluster programs
       (including ndb_drop_index), see Options Common to MySQL Cluster Programs(1).

       Table 17.18. ndb_drop_index Options and Variables: MySQL Cluster NDB 7.2
       |Format			  | Description 	     | Added / Removed	     |
       |			  | Name of the database in  |			     |
       |       --database=dbname, | which the table is found |	      All MySQL 5.5  |
       |			  |			     |	      based releases |
       |       -d		  |			     |			     |

	   Operations performed on Cluster table indexes using the NDB API are not visible to
	   MySQL and make the table unusable by a MySQL server. If you use this program to drop
	   an index, then try to access the table from an SQL node, an error results, as shown

	   shell> ./ndb_drop_index -c localhost dogs ix -d ctest1
	   Dropping index dogs/idx...OK
	   NDBT_ProgramExit: 0 - OK
	   shell> ./mysql -u jon -p ctest1
	   Enter password: *******
	   Reading table information for completion of table and column names
	   You can turn off this feature to get a quicker startup with -A
	   Welcome to the MySQL monitor.  Commands end with ; or \g.
	   Your MySQL connection id is 7 to server version: 5.5.35-ndb-7.2.15
	   Type 'help;' or '\h' for help. Type '\c' to clear the buffer.
	   mysql> SHOW TABLES;
	   | Tables_in_ctest1 |
	   | a		      |
	   | bt1	      |
	   | bt2	      |
	   | dogs	      |
	   | employees	      |
	   | fish	      |
	   6 rows in set (0.00 sec)
	   mysql> SELECT * FROM dogs;
	   ERROR 1296 (HY000): Got error 4243 'Index not found' from NDBCLUSTER

       In such a case, your only option for making the table available to MySQL again is to drop
       the table and re-create it. You can use either the SQL statementDROP TABLE or the
       ndb_drop_table utility (see ndb_drop_table(1)) to drop the table.

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MySQL 5.5				    01/30/2014				NDB_DROP_INDEX(1)
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