Converting database tables to InnoDB

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Hi guys,

I've reviewed your FAQs and other help documentation and can't find an answer to my question so I'm hoping someone here may know.

Have you encountered or know of any issues with converting all the m2epro tables to InnoDB from MyISAM? We're running MySQL 5.6  so InnoDB now has Fulltext Search but we've no experience of whether or not it is going to work properly.

Any advice would be appreciated.


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there may be some performance issues if you will convert certain tables with MyISAM engine to InnoDB. if you don't have many listings, products, and there are no any extended product changes you perform periodically - you can change them. in other cases we don't recommend to do so.

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