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From:Bryan Cantwell Date:January 12 2010 9:05pm
Subject:file per table performance
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Anyone have information they can provide on the performance hit of using 
innodb_file_per_table?
I'd assume that since there are many individual tables that this would 
slow performance, but perhaps not.
In a huge database, is this not a good idea, or a better one?

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