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MySQL FRM Files

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I noticed something strange on one of my databases today.  In the folder that stores table names/data (bin\mysql\mysql5.1.36\data\tablename), I only have .frm files.  The database works fine, but this folder does not contain .myd or .myi files.  How can I be missing those two file types and still see all of my data?
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larsrohr earned 500 total points
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InnoDB tables, perhaps?
MyISAM tables use .myd and .myi files, but InnoDB tables don't.
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Yep that's it thanks
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