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From:Hiromichi Watari Date:November 22 2011 2:34pm
Subject:Re: Concurrent table access from InnoDB
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Hi Steve, Mark, Stewart and Rick
Thank you for your feedback.
From what you are saying, is it fair to say that InnoDB serializes table access among
competing requests (perhaps to simplify design to support transactions) while MyISAM
allow concurrent access ?
My experiment results seem to be confirming the assumptions.
Thank you all for your help.
Hiromichi
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    • Re: Concurrent table access from InnoDBRick James18 Nov
      • Re: Concurrent table access from InnoDBMySQL)18 Nov
        • Re: Concurrent table access from InnoDBHiromichi Watari19 Nov
          • Re: Concurrent table access from InnoDBMark Leith21 Nov
            • Re: Concurrent table access from InnoDBStewart Smith22 Nov
              • Re: Concurrent table access from InnoDBRick James22 Nov
                • Re: Concurrent table access from InnoDBHiromichi Watari22 Nov
                  • Re: Concurrent table access from InnoDBRick James22 Nov
                    • Re: Concurrent table access from InnoDBHiromichi Watari23 Nov
RE: Concurrent table access from InnoDBSteve Hardy21 Nov