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InnoDB to MyISAM Conversion Problem

I have a dedicated server based on CentOS 5 OS , mysql 5 and phpmyadmin I was trying to convert all database tables from InnoDB to MYISAM. I tried to do it by setting in /etc/my.cnf file the value ...
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TokuDB database size unknown in phpmyadmin

In mysql server, I installed the TokuDB storage engine. I converted database engine InnoDB to TokuDB, but my table sizes show unknown in phpmyadmin.
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How to convert innodb engine tables to tokudb engine

Hi I want to migarate my server newly installed tokudb engine. i want to convert each table of database from innodb to tokudb. How can I do that using sed command ?
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Issues converting MyISAM table to InnoDB (auto column issue)

I'm having issues trying to convert a table from MyISAM to InnoDB in MySQL 5.6. The following is the table dump: -- -- Table structure for table `companies` -- DROP TABLE IF EXISTS `companies`; ...
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1answer
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Is there a query to set a table's engine to innodb if it's not already?

I can set a (MyISAM) table's engine to InnoDB using the query: alter table tablename engine=InnoDB which takes some time to complete for large tables. It appears though that if I run the same query ...
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Which MySQL table to use for read-only, bulk-loaded tables?

So I have a workload on 2 key tables in my application with the following characteristics: READ-ONLY DATA The data is bulk-loaded in a fully consistent manner from a single process on a schedule, ...
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Which MySQL storage engine is the most similar to ARCHIVE when that is not available?

I have a table that contains a log of events that is written to often and read very infrequently by comparison. I would love to use the ARCHIVE engine, because it is basically designed for exactly ...
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211 views

What storage engine should I use for this MySQL table?

I have a table where I store all the urls from my website, and I update them from time to time when a visitor enters. The primary key is the url itself varchar(255). I have set it to use InnoDB but ...
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Which is faster, InnoDB or MyISAM?

How can MyISAM be "faster" than InnoDB if MyISAM needs to do disk reads for the data? InnoDB uses the buffer pool for indexes and data, and MyISAM just for the index?
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825 views

Which mysql storage engine to choose?

I'm confused about which mysql engine should I choose (lets talk about the most used : MyISAM and InnoDB). The theories say: Both work with BTree indexes, but MyISAM can work with FULLTEXT index ...
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Which first: upgrade mysql version or convert storage engine?

I inherited a production mysql server at 5.0. It uses MyISAM exclusively. It is not a high volume database but it does have some large datasets. I am planning on: upgrading to 5.5 converting ...
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Any problem will all InnoDB and one MyISAM table?

I have a MySQL 5.5 DB with all InnoDB tables. For some reason, one of the developers decided to create a MyISAM table. It is a log table for user sessions. I don't see why we should mix in a MyISAM ...
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Should I move to InnoDB during a planned migration?

I'm shortly migrating a Debian Lenny webserver to another host and Debian Squeeze. The standard MySQL installation even on Squeeze is 5.1 and therefore would default to MyISAM - I'm inclined to stick ...
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Is it common practice to mix InnoDB and MyISAM tables on same server?

I've got a single database of about 4.5GB running on a server with 8GB RAM. The vast majority of the tables are MyIsam (about 4.3GB), but I'm soon going to be converting some of them to InnoDB. (It's ...