MySQL Exotic Storage Engines

Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Apr 8, 2010 11:52 PM EDT; By Sean Hull
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MySQL has an interesting architecture that sets it apart from some other enterprise database systems. It allows you to plug in different modules to handle storage. What that means to end users is that it is quite flexible, offering an interesting array of different storage engines with different features, strengths, and tradeoffs. In Survey of MySQL Storage Engines, we discussed some of the more common storage engines, MyISAM the default, InnoDB, Archive, Merge, Memory, CSV and NDB. This time we'll cover some of the newest and more exotic storage engines, and even some that are still in development.

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