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InnoDB to MyISAM Disadvantages?
Posted by: Ramin Saraj
Date: July 30, 2010 03:28PM

Hi,

My web hosting company is forcing to migrate from InnoDB to MyISAM when they upgraded from MySQL 4.x to 5.0.x -- siting that InnoDB will use a lot more resources on their shared servers.

(I know 5.0.x is old, but that is what they selected.)

Question: what will I lose (or gain) by going to MyISAM?

I know:
- no cascade clauses
- no PK (?)

What about:
- Stored Procedures
- Triggers

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Kind regards,
Ramin

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