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From:Martijn Tonies Date:March 18 2004 9:48am
Subject:Re: MyISAM vs. INNODB for a single blob table
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Hi Alan,


> Thanks for that Chris, interesting thoughts.
>
> For clarification, there is *NO* UPDATEs running on this table. Not a
> single one! :)  Many more SELECTs than INSERTs

If you value your data, and these INSERTs are part of
a multi-insert batch of related data, go with the table-type
that supports transactions: InnoDB.

With regards,

Martijn Tonies
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