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From:JFL Date:May 13 2004 10:06am
Subject:Re: InnoDB filesystem
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>>I've been told that InnoDB on a raw partition is the fastest setup.
> 
> Actually, you've been told that it's probably the fastest.

Correct. Sorry :)

> Check the InnoDB docs.  They explain how to setup raw disk
> partitions.  You'll be using device names, not mount points.

Thanks. I forgot to check the manual.

>>Any other tips, pros and cons?
> 
> Pros: performance and bypassing the filesystem cache.
> 
> Cons: loss of transparency and limited backup options.

What do you mean by transparency?

Thanks for your help,
Jacob
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