InnoDB Testing, Discussion Results
kevin.benton at amd.com
Tue Aug 8 20:32:16 UTC 2006
> On Tue, 2006-08-08 at 12:54 -0700, Benton, Kevin wrote:
> > It seems to me that we need to give
> > administrators the ability to decide
> That's not possible--transactions have to be supported by all
> databases or we can't use them.
I agree, but that doesn't mean that we have to use the transaction code
when making updates based on administrator configuration. I think that
in the long-term, we should think seriously about moving to libraries to
update the back-end so we can create those libraries to handle all the
databases we care to support.
> > Losing fulltext indexes in some cases [snip]
> We won't lose fulltext indexes.
> > is clearly not worth it when searching full bug
> > histories (attachments, for example),
> We don't have fulltext indexes on those fields now.
Some of us have customized our installations to use fulltext indexes on
fields that didn't have them previously.
> > Personally, I would hope that in the process of making it possible
> > use InnoDB or MyISAM, we would also work to make it possible to use
> > NDBCluster
> Yeah, I suspect InnoDB support would also give us pretty easy
> NDBCluster support.
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