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15.1. Introduction

With MySQL 5.1, MySQL AB has introduced a pluggable storage engine architecture that makes it possible to create new storage engines and add them to a running MySQL server without recompiling the server itself.

This architecture makes it easier to develop new storage engines for MySQL and deploy them.

This chapter is intended as a guide to assist you in developing a storage engine for the new pluggable storage engine architecture.

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