InnoDB vs MySIAM tables
Curious: Is there a reason Redirection will create Innodb tables in the database instead of MyISAM tables?
I see large values for the InnoDB Redirection tables in the data free column while using adminer, and am wondering about those. There are no large data free values for Redirection tables on another site that has all MySIAM tables.
Does this depend on InnoDB settings in the MySQL config file my.cnf?
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