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Re: Two instances better - or mix MyISAM and InnoDB?
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Date: August 15, 2012 10:09AM

Thanks for the response.

We have some elaborate operational scripts set up to manage the merge table, so converting to partitions would be a big effort. I've also read that MyISAM can be a good choice when dealing with large, non-transactional tables, though I realize MyIsam usage is being discouraged. Performance is important with our wide, heavily indexed table.

I appreciate the information about buffering when mixing table types.

Thanks again.


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