Linked by Eugenia Loli on Tue 26th Oct 2004 22:58 UTC
Databases MySQL announced the general availability of MySQL 4.1. Certified by the company as production-ready for large-scale enterprise deployment, this significant upgrade to the MySQL database server features advanced querying capabilities through subqueries, faster and more secure client-server communication, new installation and configuration tools, and support for international character sets and geographic data.
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re:type=InnoDb....setting default table type
by Matthew Payne on Wed 27th Oct 2004 12:38 UTC

re: You do this by appending type=InnoDB at the end of your create statements on the tables.

Or you can configure your my.cnf/my.ini file to make the default table type InnoDB.