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legacy InnoDB compressed tables using row_format=compressed
Quote from https://mariadb.com/kb/en/mariadb/compression/
This approach differs significantly from legacy InnoDB compressed tables
using row_format=compressed, where both uncompressed and compressed pages
can be in the buffer pool.
Any details why this is legacy? Should not be used? With a search engine I
found a very old blog posting "InnoDB compression woes" from Percona.
row_format=compressed is attractive when you pay your DBaaS per GB (storage
based usage). Any insides?