From: "Ann W. Harrison"
> Martijn Tonies wrote:
>> For example, the Firebird DBMS stores (longer) Blob data not right
>> there in the record, so whenever you don't request the blob (that is,
>> not selecting it), it ignores it completely and it can go through the
> As do most of the MySQL storage engines.
But they do seem to store "in line", right? If not, why would there be
any performance problems?
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