From Linux.org - An Introduction To MySQL Storage Engines

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  1. Darwin

    Darwin New Member

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    For those of you who do not know, a storage engine is what stores, handles, and retrieves information from a table. There is no "perfect" or "recommended" storage engine to use, but for most applications the default MyISAM is fine. In MySQL there are 10 different storage engines, though all of them may not be available to you. To get a list of supported storage engines on your MySQL Server, you can do:

    Well you need to check it out here to complete the journey -> http://www.linux.org/article/view/an-introduction-to-mysql-storage-engines

     

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