[Deploying Sakai] MySQL: MyISAM or InnoDB?

Hedrick Charles hedrick at rutgers.edu
Sat Aug 6 18:55:36 PDT 2011

Even back in very early days, like 2.1, you really, really wanted to use InnoDB. We mistakenly started 2.0 with Myisam. It took us quite a while to clean up the damage.

On Aug 1, 2011, at 7:00:20 AM, Steve Swinsburg wrote:

>> I've had troubles running the Sakai 2.8.0 DB upgrade scripts for MySQL. After doing some research, there have been at least some indicators that parts, if not the whole, database enginge of MySQL might have been switched over to InnoDB.
>> Is InnoDB now used for all Sakai tables and should I migrate the old MyISAM tables to InnoDB?

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