Dries asked:<br><br>> Why those? How did you determine the set of tables? You should<br>
> focus on the tables where there is lock contention ... and where<br>
> concurrency matters.<br><br>Now remember that I'm not a db guru, but we have a few on staff. One of our guys did an analysis of the query logs to see which tables got hit the most to see if he could improve db performance.
<br><br>According to his tests, changing these tables to InnoDB helped optimize db usage, though I don't have the numbers to back that up here.<br><br>There may be other tables that would benefit (in fact, there may be others that have been converted, I just did a quick check).
<br><br><br>>On 14 Aug 2006, at 18:46, Ken Rickard wrote:<br>>> For the record, we made the following tables InnoDB in Savannah:<br>><br>>> accesslog<br>>> cache<br>> sessions<br>>> watchdog