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Re: myisam engine being deprecated
Posted by: Edwin Desouza
Date: June 17, 2017 01:18PM

MySQL 8.0 is making rapid progress, with the final DMR coming soon... followed by RC and GA.

it is time to switch to InnoDB:
https://forums.mysql.com/read.php?21,642684

specifically, about Partitioning:
- starting with 8.0
- storage engines must provide "Native Partitioning"
- InnoDB and NDB both have "Native Partitioning"
- MyISAM will continue to be available, but does not have native partitioning

WL#8971: Deprecate and remove partitioning storage engine
- https://dev.mysql.com/worklog/task/?id=8971
- "This WL is about deprecation (5.7) and removal (5.8) of the partitioning storage engine (ha_partition). After this WL, partitioning will only be available for storage engines that support this natively."

http://mysqlserverteam.com/the-mysql-8-0-0-milestone-release-is-available/
- "Deprecate and remove partitioning storage engine (WL#8971) — This work by Sivert Sørumgård deprecates (5.7) and removes (8.0) the partitioning storage engine (ha_partition). The responsibility for partitioning has been moved down to the storage engine layer. InnoDB supports partitioning from 5.7 and onwards."

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