[wp-hackers] Restructuring Category Hierarchy
wphackers at jamietalbot.com
Wed May 9 04:46:51 GMT 2007
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Omry Yadan wrote:
> I think data reliability is much more important than speed and space for
> wordpress users.
I'm not sure how prevalent database borkages are, and the relatively small amount of taxonomy
management makes this a pretty low frequency problem, but yes data reliability is important.
WordPress seems to have done ok with MyISAM tables up to now (although I'm not a regular in the
forums, so I don't know the full extent).
I'm not sure if you missed the point or not - all schemas are subject to this problem because no
design will ever include a single step update process. If there is more than one step, the update
is susceptible. For inserting, we're talking one insert and one update, which is comparable to what
we have now. For deleting, yes, a couple more operations than what is there now. Unless of course
you meant you were in favour of InnoDB? :)
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