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Re: Optimize multiple writes on the same row
Posted by: Rick James
Date: March 23, 2012 11:35AM

"Concurrent updates" are impossible. At some low level, the row (InnoDB) or table (MyISAM) will have to be locked to do one update. After the lock is released, the other 'concurrent update' can lock the row/table.

InnoDB should be better than MyISAM because updates to _different_ rows can run 'concurrently'.

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