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should i go with myisam or innodb?
Posted by: David Brinda ()
Date: August 15, 2009 12:53AM
I'm working on a C++ application that uses a MySQL database to keep track of poker hands and statistics. The table that keeps track of individual hands will have millions of hands in it. I will need to perform simple operations like SUM periodically to generate certain statistics on all of the hands in the database. I'm wondering if I should go with InnoDB or MyISAM for this database? The database will be run on an average PC (2-4 GB RAM) and the operation needs to be done as quickly as possible.
|should i go with myisam or innodb?||David Brinda||08/15/2009 12:53AM|
|Re: should i go with myisam or innodb?||Jay Alverson||08/15/2009 08:33AM|
|Re: should i go with myisam or innodb?||Rick James||08/16/2009 04:10PM|
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