tony at tonybibbs.com
Fri Dec 17 16:15:17 EST 2004
Gotcha. Point well taken. Glad the INNODB issue isn't really an issue
since the MySQL folks were proactive enough to simply convert them to
Dirk Haun wrote:
>(trying to catch up with all the posts here ...)
>>I think eventually ISP's will get their act together and start
>>supporting versions of MySQL that support INNODB (why that wouldn't be
>>the default table type moving forward is beyond me).
>My hosting service still uses MySQL 3.23.57. They say they're not happy
>with how MySQL 4.0.x performed in their tests. And no, InnoDB support is
>not built into that 3.23.57 install.
>There is some indication that they will move over to MySQL 4.x eventually
>in the not too-distant future, though. But this is just a real-life
>example. The hosting service has a good reputation and I'm very happy
>with them, so they must be doing something right ...
>Upgrading PHP seems to be less complicated. geeklog.info is running on
>PHP 5.0.3 since yesterday, only hours after it was released (they let you
>choose between PHP 4 and 5 on a per-domain basis).
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