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> From: "Yu Watanabe" <yu.watanabe@stripped>
> So, which memory corresponds to 'pages' for the MyISAM then?
> It would be helpful if you can help me with this.
None, as Reindl said. This is not a memory issue, it's a function of I/O optimization.
Records are stored in pages, and pages are composed of multiple disk blocks. The database
reads or writes only entire pages, in order to better use the system's disk throughput.
This is a reasonably advanced topic, so don't try to mess with block and page sizes if you
don't know the fine details :-)
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