[ic] Jobs are slowing IC
db at m-and-d.com
Fri Apr 22 16:38:24 UTC 2011
> If you have low write traffic and small tables, it's probably fine to stay
> on MyISAM.
> But MySQL experts I've talked to say that for any large database, or with
> heavy writes, use InnoDB for everything. They tell me horror stories of
> frequently-corrupted tables (which I haven't experienced) and lots of
> locking problems (which I have).
These stories of corruption and locking were for MyISAM tables?
> Of course the best thing would be for you to try a complete switchover of
> your own database to InnoDB and the test it under load and see how it
> Jon Jensen
> End Point Corporation
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