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Vernon Fowler

Should I change my WordPress MySQL database tables from MyISAM to InnoDB? | TCBarrett - 0 views

  • MySQL’s default storage engine changed from MyISAM to InnoDB with version 5.5
    InnoDB is, in theory, always going to be a better storage engine. Offering database features that should be part and parcel of all applications. On the internet, speed is king. Faster pages are always better. So, unless you know differently, leave things as they are. Your host controls your database version. Your database developers have tuned and selected the fastest engine. Go with that.
John Pratt

How to check server requirements for WordPress 3.2 upgrade - 6 views

    This is a tutorial on how to check your server requirements to make sure you can upgrade to wordpress 3.2, and a review of the new features, and new default 2011 theme that will be released with this new WP udpate.
Daniel Phillips

Backing Up Your Database « WordPress Codex - 0 views

    Using phpAdmin to backup your database
sofarso Shawn

Terengganu Open Source Software - 0 views

    Draft Open Source Resources
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