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Froxlor and MariaDB

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MariaDB possibly but i dont know what the ACID compliant PBXT storage engine is

...so most likely no

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that's a good question. we'd be glad if someone could give MariaDB a try, so we know about the support...

 

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I have Froxlor running with MariaDB. So far there appear to be no problems. So far it is as claimed on the MariaDB website that MariaDB is a drop in replacement for MySQL.

 

Since starting this thread I have learned that PBXT is deprecated and that ACID compliance with MariaDB is best done using InnoDB.

 

When browsing the Froxlor created MariaDB databases with phpMyAdmin I found that they are all MyISAM, even though InnoDB was set up to be the default engine. This has me concerned because there is lack of crash recovery with MyISAM. I would like to have Froxlor use a more reliable engine such as Aria or InnoDB. Is there a way to get Froxlor to do this?

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