RE: Transaction Logs (was RE: support-bugzilla Digest, Vol 6, Issue 33)

> I remember reading in the bugzilla documentation (also would be in
SQL) a
> way to start the
> SQL daemon with an option that somehow stores transactions so you can
> recreate the
> database since the last backup. I have gone over the documentation but
> can't remember
> where I read it. Can anyone tell me?

That depends on your SQL server.

In MySQL, you need to use the InnoDB storage engine.  The problem is,
there are features that InnoDB doesn't support that we use that are
supported in the MyISAM storage engine like FULLTEXT indexes.

FYI - it's best to change the subject when using another message to
start a new thread.  The subject "support-bugzilla Digest, Vol 6, Issue
33" doesn't tell us anything about what you're discussing.

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