what's the difference between mysqld-nt.exe and mysql-max-nt.exe?

Posted on 2003-11-21
Last Modified: 2007-11-27
what's the difference between mysqld-nt.exe and mysql-max-nt.exe?
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Support for the berkleyDB table handler, and symbolic linking under Windows. I personally just use mysqld.

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mysqld-nt doesn't include innodb while mysqld-max-nt does.

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Except in 4.x where Innodb is now added by default. But yes, in 3.x InnoDB tables are not available in a non -max version.

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