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The Berkeley DB (BDB) storage engine was the first to bring transactional capabilities to MySQL. The prominence of this storage engine has been diminished considerably since the introduction of the more tightly integrated InnoDB storage engine. You can use the BDB storage engine by installing the MySQL-Max version of the database server. Additionally, you can enable it when configuring MySQL from source with the --with-berkeley-db option. The Berkeley DB (BDB) created and maintained by Sleepycat Software, Inc. (http://www.sleepycat.com/)

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