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Posted Aug 10, 2009

PBXT: Your Next MySQL Storage Engine?

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From Linux Magazine]

These days InnoDB is the “gold standard” for storage engines in MySQL–both in terms of performance and durability. InnoDB has been around long enough that we kind of take it for granted. It’s been years since arguments like “MySQL doesn’t even have real transactions!” held any water. While I’ve written about some of InnoDB’s shortcomings, the reality is that it works remarkably well for the vast majority of users. And InnoDB’s early design was modeled after Oracle, so its success is hardly shocking.

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