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Old 19th March 2008, 20:05
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Default innodb vs myism on virtual domain, user mail server

Does anybody have any experience on using myism vs innodb tables for a virtual domain and user mail server as set up with any of the handy tutorials on this site? Wondering in general if there are advantages or disadvantages with using innodb instead of the default myism.
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Haven't tried innodb with this setup yet...
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