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From:Paul DuBois Date:September 25 2002 1:00am
Subject:Re: MySQL InnoDB tables without InnoDB server logs
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At 0:39 +0000 9/25/02, Jessica Thomale wrote:
>Hi,
>
>Is it possible to use InnoDB tables that have transaction support
>without using InnoDB for server logs?

The InnoDB handler maintains its own logs, and it uses these for
transaction support and crash recovery.  You can't turn them off.

However, these are different than the query log, the update log, the
binary update log, the slow-query log, the error log, and the isam
log.  Are you referring to any of those when you say "server logs"?

>
>What are the benefits of using InnoDB for MySQL server logs?
>
>Jessica
>
>________________________________________________________
>Jessica Thomale
>Infrastructure Programmer
>Oklahoma Climatological Survey
>
>E-mail: jthomale@stripped

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MySQL InnoDB tables without InnoDB server logsJessica Thomale25 Sep
  • Re: MySQL InnoDB tables without InnoDB server logsPaul DuBois25 Sep
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