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Unread 04-09-2012, 10:29 AM   #1
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I see a lot of improvements have been made in MySQL 5.5. I was wondering if it was compatible with Vivvo 4.1.6?

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I see a lot of improvements have been made in MySQL 5.5. I was wondering if it was compatible with Vivvo 4.1.6?

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From what I can tell, nothing in 5.5 will effect how vivvo is using it. I've not run into any issues yet.
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InnoDB is the default storage engine in v5.5. Won't that have an effect on Vivvo?
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InnoDB is the default storage engine in v5.5. Won't that have an effect on Vivvo?
vivvo already uses both InnoDB and MyISAM. Personally, I'd convert everything to InnoDB and tune the mysql server to take advantage of InnoDB speed.
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What tunings would you make? Thanks.
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if you are using 5.5, you won't need to make many changes as its already pre tuned. Its if you are still using 5.0 that you will need to uncomment out all the innoDB settings. This is the biggest mistake people make when converting tables to innoDB and trying to run the server with MYISAM settings lol
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Got ya. Updated today and so far working smoothly. Also installed xcache for php which seems to be working wonders at the moment.
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