The purpose, advantages, disadvantages, and relevant configuration parameters of MySQL’s key storage engines, namely ARCHIVE, BLACKHOLE, CSV, EXAMPLE, FEDERATED, InnoDB, MEMORY (formerly HEAP), MERGE, and MyISAM.
The purpose and range of MySQL’s supported data types. To facilitate later reference, these data types are broken into three categories: date and time, numeric, and textual.
MySQL’s table attributes, which serve to further modify the behavior of a data column.
The MySQL commands used to create, modify, navigate, review, and alter both databases and tables.
KeywordsData Type Current Timestamp Identical Table Memory Table Storage Engine
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