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Re: MEMORY Storage Engine Integrity questions
Posted by: Bhavik Chauhan
Date: December 27, 2006 11:28PM

Hi Ingo,

Considering your 3rd response
"3. No. MEMORY tables are memory only. They are not disk-backed in any way. You could however dump the table regularily. "

Can MySQL Cluster help to achieve my requirement (i.e. Performance of MEMORY engine and disk-backed to make it persistent)?

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