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Re: InnoDB Support in 4.1.10a-standard installation?
Posted by: Scott
Date: April 28, 2005 04:34PM

amelen responded thusly:

I am still looking into it .. but at this point the problem is with Cpanel/WHM rejected InnoDB. Until they come out with a version that doesn't specifically break under it, there won't be a lot we (or any other cpanel host) would be able to do.

And again:

On a side note, at this point 65% of all hosts use cpanel.. so its a sizable market. From my understanding of InnoDB, you are much better of getting a dedicated server where you can customize all the options of it. On a server with lots of accounts, each with its own scripts and needs, InnoDB is not a realy good solution. From the articles I read, most people using InnoDB, are people using it on a dedicated server.

By the looks of things, it's not going to be enabled. Howeve,r do amelen's words ring true (regarding cpanel)?

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