/ Table Types or Storage Engines
MySQL supports many types of tables or storage engines that can store your data in a way that best fits the requirements of your application. Each table type / engine has its own advantages, disadvantages, and specific purpose. When you create a new table, you can tell MySQL which table type / engine it should use for the table. This section introduces MySQL’s storage engines, outlining the purpose, advantages, and disadvantages of each.
Table Types or Storage Engines Related Categories
MyISAM Engine | Merge Engine | InnoDB Engine | Memory Engine | BDB Engine | Federated Engine | Archive Engine | CSV Storage | Blackhole Engine | Example Engine
Table Types or Storage Engines Related FAQs