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Convert MySQL Tables From MyISAM to InnoDB

Before InnoDB, indexes would get corrupted, updates meant table locks—not just row locks, and there was no support for transactions. Since the advent of InnoDB we’ve come a long way. Sites that don’t use InnoDB are missing out on performance and stability gains. As part of our Launch Check for new sites, we check the engineRead more about Convert MySQL Tables From MyISAM to InnoDB[…]

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