Joseph Thayne wrote: > That is incorrect. What will happen is as follows: > > 1. The value will be incremented by 1 causing the value to be greater > than the maximum integer allowed. > 2. MySQL will see this as a problem and "truncate" it to the closest > value. > 3. MySQL will then try and insert the new row with the updated id. > 4. MySQL will find that the id already exists, and will return a > duplicate ID error.
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