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Should I enable InnoDB?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by eduardosilva, Jun 15, 2009.

  1. eduardosilva

    eduardosilva Registered

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    I have a customer complaining that InnoDB isn't enabled. After reading some threads on this forum, (and over some external forums), i realized that innodb isn't a good idea for a shared enviroment.

    My main concern is about a few users eating most of the server resources.

    After reading this topic " " i noticed that there is a workaround, for keeping the innodb disk usage.... inserting "innodb_file_per_table" on /etc/my.cnf

    Is this enought? or i will also need to schedule /scripts/updatemysqlquota to run daily?

    Any other point that i should be aware of?

    thanks in advance!

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