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task: seek record that contains a specific IP --- I have tried:
select * from table where field regexp '^10.100.1.1' select * from table where field regexp '10\.100\.1\.1' select * from table where field regexp '10\.100\.1\.1[[:>:]]' select * from table where field regexp '[[:<:]]10\.100\.1\.1[[:>:]]'
and so on . . . all same result - many matches where even the first six character do not match - help!
mysql> select d07 from service where d07 regexp '^10.100.1.1'; +------------------------------------------------+ | d07 | +------------------------------------------------+ | 10.100.101.186 on at 2011-06-20 02:12:02 | | 10.100.101.188 at 2009-05-12 05:12:47 | | 10.100.101.251 at 2009-03-26 16:00:37 | | 10.100.101.182 at 10282300 | | 10.100.101.70 on at 2011-04-25 02:16:27 | | 10.100.101.59 off since 2012-02-18 18:52:04 | . . .
here is the behavior I expected: mysql> select d07 from service where d07 regexp '10.100.101.95'; +-----------------------------------------+ | d07 | +-----------------------------------------+ | 10.100.101.95 on at 2011-05-24 02:08:49 | | 10.100.101.95 on at 2010-04-24 15:00:04 | +-----------------------------------------+ 2 rows in set (0.05 sec) could it be that there is something magic about 10.100.1.1?

In reply to (OT) mysql regexp unwanted matches for specific IP by kp2a

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