What’s the difference between MyISAM and InnoDB?

What’s the difference between MyISAM and InnoDB?

MYISAM:

  1.  MYISAM supports Table-level Locking
  2. MyISAM designed for need of speed
  3. MyISAM does not support foreign keys hence we call MySQL with MYISAM is DBMS
  4. MyISAM stores its tables, data and indexes in diskspace using separate three different files. (tablename.FRM, tablename.MYD, tablename.MYI)
  5. MYISAM not supports transaction. You cannot commit and rollback with MYISAM. Once you issue a command it’s done.
  6. MYISAM supports fulltext search
  7. You can use MyISAM, if the table is more static with lots of select and less update and delete.

INNODB:

  1. InnoDB supports Row-level Locking
  2. InnoDB designed for maximum performance when processing high volume of data
  3. InnoDB support foreign keys hence we call MySQL with InnoDB is RDBMS
  4. InnoDB stores its tables and indexes in a tablespace
  5. InnoDB supports transaction. You can commit and rollback with InnoDB

Database engine difference of InnoDB, MyISAM, Memory

Database engine difference of InnoDB, MyISAM, Memory

InnoDB:: 

This is the default storage engine for MySQL 5.5 and higher.  It provides transaction-safe (ACID compliant) tables, supports FOREIGN KEY referential-integrity constraints.  It supports commit, rollback, and crash-recovery capabilities to protect data.  It also support row-level locking. It’s “consistent nonlocking reads” increases performance when used in a multiuser environment.  It stores data in clustered indexes which reduces I/O for queries based on primary keys.

MyISAM::

This storage engine, manages non transactional tables, provides high-speed storage and retrieval, supports full text searching.

MEMORY::

Provides in-memory tables, formerly known as HEAP.  It sores all data in RAM for faster access than storing data on disks.  Useful for quick looks up of reference and other identical data.

 

 

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Database engine in php

Database engine in php

Storage engines (underlying software component) are MySQL components, that can handle the SQL operations for different table types to store and manage information in a database. InnoDB is mostly used general-purpose storage engine and as of MySQL 5.5 and later it is the default engine. There are many storage engines available in MySQL and they are used for different purposes.

Version : MySQL 5.6

Storage engines of MySQL

EnginesDescription
InnoDBThis is the default storage engine for MySQL 5.5 and higher. It provides transaction-safe (ACID compliant) tables, supports FOREIGN KEY referential-integrity constraints. It supports commit, rollback, and crash-recovery capabilities to protect data. It also support row-level locking. It’s “consistent nonlocking reads” increases performance when used in a multiuser environment. It stores data in clustered indexes which reduces I/O for queries based on primary keys.
MyISAMThis storage engine, manages non transactional tables, provides high-speed storage and retrieval, supports full text searching.
MEMORYProvides in-memory tables, formerly known as HEAP. It sores all data in RAM for faster access than storing data on disks. Useful for quick looks up of reference and other identical data.
MERGEGroups more than one similar MyISAM tables to be treated as a single table, can handle non transactional tables, included by default.
EXAMPLEYou can create tables with this engine, but can not store or fetch data. Purpose of this is to teach developers about how to write a new storage engine.
ARCHIVEUsed to store a large amount of data, does not support indexes.
CSVStores data in Comma Separated Value format in a text file.
BLACKHOLEAccepts data to store but always returns empty.
FEDERATEDStores data in a remote database.

 

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List of Storage Engines supported by your MySQL installation

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