MySQL and transactions

MySQL and transactions

Post by Jeremy D. Zawodn » Wed, 03 Jan 2001 09:33:33




> What is the current stance on using transactions in MySQL?  BDB
> tables?

Yes. If you need transactions use BDB tables. They seem to be nearly
stable now from the reports on this list.

Quote:> LOCK TABLES (and pray)?

Thats a performance killer if you need much concurrency.

Quote:> I've been researching both methods but they both seem to have their
> fair share of drawbacks.

There are always tradeoffs. :-(

Jeremy
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