InnoDB is the main ACID-compliant Storage Engine used in MySQL.

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Is MySQL query cache useful for WordPress?

Starting from MySQL 5.6, if you use InnoDB as the default engine, the query cache is now officially disabled. We've a quite moderate traffic WordPress site and experience a major downtime when we ...
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Can I explicitly specify ENGINE=InnoDB in Wordpress?

I converted all my tables to InnoDB, but the MySQL server (which I can't access, as I'm on shared hosting) has MyISAM as the default, so every new table that Wordpress creates (e.g. when I add a new ...
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Large database causes slow load

I have a 2GB WordPress database (using InnoDB Storage Engine) and I noticed my site loads slow when I press the publish button right after I selected a featured image in the media library. I had a ...
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Performance Gains of Relational DB Setup

Our team is working on the 3rd of large WP sites for a client, and contrary to most "typical" WordPress setups, our projects are generally experience lots of requests, data pulls, and general content ...
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WordPress use innodb by default?

I just created a new WordPress site in my server. Normally, WordPress uses MyISAM as the database type. But this time, it created all InnoDB tables! Is this normal? Has WordPress switched to InnoDB in ...
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If I consider changing my WordPress DB tables to InnoDB, will it have an effect on the way WordPress works?

I found a superb post here about optimising WordPress for large installs. One of the steps refers to lighthttpd which sounds excellent but isn't currently supported by DirectAdmin. Last time I messed ...
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Wordpress Database Slow - should I switch to InnoDB?

I have a WordPress site with well over 10k posts, and things are starting to get very slow whenever I am adding and editing posts. Pages load nice and fast for users, along with the admin lists of ...
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Would switching to InnoDB from MyISAM improve performance of comments table?

A site I've built gets lots of comments in a short space of time - so perhaps 100 comments might be left in 5 or 10 minutes. This seems to cause a pretty heavy load on the database, especially when ...