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|From:||Bruce Ferrell||Date:||December 25 2003 9:08am|
|Subject:||relative performance between innodb and myisam|
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we have a bit of a debate going on at work. The gist of it is that there is a a performance hit when using innodb tables vs myisam tables. I understand the for a given dataload innodb will be larger, but is there a performance hit as well? If so, as a rough comparison, how much of a hit is it?
|• relative performance between innodb and myisam||Bruce Ferrell||25 Dec|
|• Re: relative performance between innodb and myisam||Heikki Tuuri||25 Dec|