[wp-hackers] Restructuring Category Hierarchy

Omry Yadan omry at yadan.net
Wed May 9 18:08:54 GMT 2007

Yeah, I meant I`m in favor of InnoDB.
however - not all mysql installations support it, its another thing to

Jamie Talbot wrote:

> 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? :)
> Cheers,
> Jamie.
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