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innodb or myisam for logging
Posted by: bharath venk
Date: June 12, 2009 07:58AM

we are using mysql for our ad network .we have some where around 6 -9 million impression per day and for logging purpose for every impression and clicks there is a row inserted . So I am thinking of using mysiam for logging purposes I think it would give better performance than innodb as no other operation happens other than inserts . selects happens only in slave for summarization of impressions and clicks. and also I heard Innodb would perfom quite well in computers which has good resources such as memory . our machines have 16-32 Gb ram which is quite good .. so I am little confused what to use . whether to use Innodb or myissam with delayed write . can pls suggest me what engine and what configuration to go for this purpose and how much difference would it make if we go the other way

Thanks in Advance,

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