Setting up InnoDB on MySQL on testing
I would like to use the InnoDB engine for a new database in MySQL.
>From what I've found so far InnoDB support should be available in the
debian packages and all I need to configure it.
Unfortunately I haven't found instructions on how to do so yet. The
Mysql 5.0 documentation describes some parameters to set up in
/etc/mysql/my.cnf. But even after adding these tables I create with
the InnoDB engine specified are still created as MyISAM.
I'v found old messages saying you should uncomment some parameters in
my.cnf (like skip-innodb) but none of these appear in the my.cnf file.
What do I need to be able to create InnoDB tables?
Thanks in advance
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