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MySQL 8.0: The end of MyISAM

This blog discusses the gradual end of MyISAM in MySQL. The story that started 20 years ago is coming to its end. I’m talking about the old MyISAM storage engine that was the only storage provided by MySQL in 1995, and was available in MySQL for 20+ years. Actually, part of my job as a MySQL consultant […]
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