I've got a table with 110k records. Reads/Writes are a little slow. I'm using MyISAM for the table. Considering the size and speed problems, will making the table InnoDB improve things?
I'm using MySQL 5.0.22. I also read that MySQL cautions this conversion as being unsupported.
(1) Anyone with any thoughts/experience on doing this?
(2) Anyone with any thoughts on my specific situation?
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