According to the MySQL 5.0 doentation, for setting up advanced
innodb, the following is stated:
An advanced my.cnf example. Suppose that you have a Linux computer with
2GB RAM and three 60GB hard disks at directory paths /, /dr2 and /dr3.
The following example shows possible configuration parameters in my.cnf
# You can write your other MySQL server options here
# Data files must be able to hold your data and indexes
OK....let's assume that I have 2-tables, X and Y, and I want to create
them, BUT ...