InnoDB and MyISAM (and others) are the storage engines behind Mysql. As far as performance goes, InnoDB is very fast was well. We have been using it on Production servers for over a year now and it works great.
Ross Davis DataAnywhere.net 250-470-9192 ChaletsOnline.com is coming soon Don't you deserve a vacation! -----Original Message----- From: Erik Bourget [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, November 24, 2003 4:13 PM To: Adam Hooper Cc: Mandy; VCHKPW Mailinglist Subject: Re: [vchkpw] Mysql Threads Adam Hooper <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: > I don't quite follow you. Why is it not relational? Note that MySQL's > InnoDB table storage supports transactions, row-level locks, and > foreign keys. To be fair, I don't count InnoDB as "mysql". Perhaps I should. Is it production-ready (I assume so)? How is the speed compared to featureless myisam? - Erik