[Pdns-users] Using MyIsam tables instead of InnoDB for gmysql backend

Jeroen Wunnink jeroen at easyhosting.nl
Wed Aug 17 11:43:16 UTC 2005

We've used MyISAM for ages, just recently converted the tables to 
innodb due to the growing DB size.
So shouldn't be any problem. (I really doubt pdns has anything to do 
with innodb or myisam, since it just accesses the database through 
the mysql libraries/socket, not the files themselves)

At 13:19 17-8-2005, Wouter Westenbrink wrote:
>Dear Members of this mailing list,
>I would like to know if its safe to use MyIsam tables instead of InnoDB for
>the generic mysql backend.
>Thanks in advance for any input you might have.
>Kind regards,
>Wouter Westenbrink
>Pdns-users mailing list
>Pdns-users at mailman.powerdns.com

Met vriendelijke groet,

Jeroen Wunnink,
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