How many storage engines in MySQL?

By November 3, 2011 My SQL
1.  MyISAM :  MyISAM is a default storage engine and that one using in web, data warehousing and other application environments.

2. InnoDB : Using this engines our transaction is safe and we can use this for row level blocking.

3. Memory : Store data in RAM for fast access of data formally known as HEAP.

4. NDBClusters : This clustered database engine is particularly suited for applications that require the highest possible degree of up-time and availability.

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