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InnoDBTables and Indexes
InnoDBStores Variable-Length Columns
This chapter provides an overview of MySQL Server, the mysqld command that does most of the work in a MySQL installation. It covers administration topics for mysqld and for the MySQL tables and indexes containing your data:
Configuring the server through command options and system variables. Checking the runtime status through status variables.
Understanding server activity and troubleshooting problems with the server log files.
Managing the logical structures within a MySQL server: databases, tables, tablespaces, and indexes.
Managing multiple servers on a single machine.
For additional information on administrative topics, see also: