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|From:||Arthur Meeks Meeks||Date:||September 12 2009 8:25pm|
|Subject:||InnoDB doubles size when converting from MyIsam|
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Hello, I have a database with about 1000 tables and 150GB. I have done a simple "for f in $(cat tables); do mysql -uuser -ppassword database_name -e "alter table $f engine=InnoDB;" ; done I took about 3 hours and everything went fine, but I just realised that the same database in another server in myisam is about 150GB and in the server where I converted it to innodb it's about 350GB. Is that normal? Thanks in advance A Ps: I asked in the InnoDB list, but it has no traffic.
|• InnoDB doubles size when converting from MyIsam||Arthur Meeks Meeks||12 Sep|
|• Re: InnoDB doubles size when converting from MyIsam||Dan Nelson||13 Sep|
|• Re: InnoDB doubles size when converting from MyIsam||Arthur Meeks Meeks||13 Sep|