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Re: Partitioning & Tablespace
Posted by: Rick James
Date: June 01, 2011 07:34PM

> for large data MySQL
If you don't have at least a million rows, you should (probably) ignore everything having to do with tablespaces and partitions.

innodb_file_per_table = YES
is recommended in general. It's trivial to set; it can have distinct benefits later; there are virtually no downsides.

In some use cases, PARTITION is an excellent choice. Unfortunately, many people new to MySQL see PARTITION as a panacea for performance. Please describe your data and your application. Perhaps PARTITION will be quite beneficial; perhaps it will be a waste of effort.

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