>>>>> "sinisa" == sinisa <sinisa@stripped> writes:
sinisa> David Johnson writes:
>> My project has a bunch of tables with MEDIUMBLOB columns. There is a very,
>> very tiny possibility that we will eventually exceed the MEDIUMBLOB size in
>> the distant future, so my bosses are suggesting we just go with LONGBLOBS
>> everywhere. Is there any extra performance cost to this besides the extra
>> bite for the size?
sinisa> No, there should not be any. Only few extra bytes in ISAM.
Note however that the current MySQL protocol and the ISAM level
restricts a MySQL row to little under 24M.
Why do you need such large blobs? (Just curious)