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From:David Lloyd Date:April 18 2005 11:07pm
Subject:Re: InnoDB Performance
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Eko and all,

> >The MyIsam storage engine is a non transactional engine and InnoDb is
> >a transactional engine. That is the main difference. So I think the
> >MyIsam  engine should be faster.

However, some file systems that have journals are faster than non
journalling file system. It's not always that clear cut. I've just
switched a number of big customer databases to InnoDB and noone's
noticed any difference - if anything it's going faster.


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