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What is the best partition technique for large table with TEXT column?

MySQL: What is the best partition technique for large InnoDB table (around 1.5M rows) with TEXT type of column? There is a FULLTEXT index on the TEXT column, which is very essential for my searching ...
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Updating an FTS indexed column returns “Invalid InnoDB FTS Doc ID”

Environment: Ubuntu 12.04 (and 13.04) MySQL 5.6.11 I have a table which has a full text index on it (real table has much more columns and rows): DROP TABLE IF EXISTS articles; CREATE TABLE ...
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Bypass MyISAM table lock

I have a big MyISAM table with a fulltext index for searching. Problem is that inserting data into that table results in a table lock and in the meantime no other sql query can perform any action ...
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Can I have an InnoDB master and MyISAM slaves with Full-Text for searching?

I'd like to use InnoDB on the master, for its transactional ability, but MyISAM on the slaves for the full-text search ability. Is this possible?
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why/how does the number of matched columns influences the way of excecuting a query

Imagine the following situation: Table A uses MyISAM and contains 4 fields (text) with a combined FULLTEXT-index. FULLTEXT fulltext1 | fulltext2 | fulltext3 | fulltext4 Table B uses InnoDB and ...
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Recommended structure? %70 write %30 read. 10M row. 200 query/sec. Select, update, insert, search

Followings are what I need to do on my project: 1- If a search term is new and unique, then add the search term 2- Show lastest searched 1000 search terms (I don't need to store dates of all search ...
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Why does MyISAM support FULLTEXT Searching and InnoDB does not?

I know the basic differences between the MyISAM and InnoDB engines. In MySQL 5.6 beta, InnoDB will support fulltext search. But, I wonder why previous versions of InnobDB didn't support FTS? My guess ...