This topic describes how to use the DD function.
- The partitioning key must be of the DATE, DATETIME, or TIMESTAMP type.
- This function can be used only for partitioning data into table shards, not into database shards.
- When you use the DD function to partition data into table shards, ensure that each database shard has no more than 31 table shards. This is because a month cannot have more than 31 days.
- The version of the DRDS instance must be 5.1.28-1320920 or later..
To obtain the table shard subscript, divide by the day in the time value of the database shard key.
The DD function is applicable to scenarios where data needs to be partitioned into table shards by day. The name of a table shard indicates a specific day.
Assume that you want to partition data into database shards by user ID and then create
a physical table shard for each day based on the
create_time column. You can use the following Data Definition Language (DDL) statement to create
create table test_dd_tb ( id int, name varchar(30) DEFAULT NULL, create_time datetime DEFAULT NULL, primary key(id) ) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=utf8 dbpartition by HASH(id) tbpartition by DD(create_time) tbpartitions 31;