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BuddyPress Privacy Offers You the Power of the Force

Thursday, October 28th, 2010

Okay, that title may not be accurate. But for those advanced BuddyPress administrators and site owners who are performance focused, the BuddyPress Privacy Component will offer the option of creating the ACL (access control list) tables with the InnoDB storage engine instead of the MyISAM storage engine which WordPress and BuddyPress use as the default. This offers a number of advantages such as referential integrity with cascading deletes and updates and row-level locking instead of table-wide locking—which increases performance by facilitating multi-user concurrency, a crucial point for under-powered servers or highly-trafficked sites. Read more »