An Introduction To MySQL Storage Engines

Posted by kprojects on May 19, 2012 1:03 AM EDT; By Ronald Steelman
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MySQL provides support for thirteen different storage engines which act as varying table type handlers. Most people who use MySQL on a regular basis already know about the two most common storage engines, MyISAM and InnoDB. Most of the time, the default storage engine as defined by the store_engine option in the MySQL config file is typically MyISAM, and this is usually what most people go with.

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