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Ease of Switching to the InnoDB Plugin and the Numerous Benefits
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In my last post, I discussed how to troubleshoot InnoDB locks using the new InnoDB Plugin’s new Information Schema tables.

However, that got me to thinking about how many MySQL 5.1 users who have still not switched to use the plugin as opposed to the built-in version of InnoDB.

There are many advantages to using the plugin as opposed to the built-in version (aside from just the new I_S tables, and more importantly, numerous performance enhancements), and it’s breeze to set up, so I wanted to provide a quick start guide to using the new InnoDB plugin.

Note that

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