Triggers are the actions that are meant to be executed when a modification is done to the table contents. It can be defined as Insert, update or delete operation. This article is to check how we can retrieve triggers available in the database for all the tables. MySQL defines it as -
InnoDB and MyISAM are storage engines for MySQL DBMS. Prior to version 5.5, the latter was used as a default storage engine by MySQL. It is now using InnoDB as a default.
This page focusses on the difference between both these storage engines in MySQL.
Mysql provides a functionality to create a backup of your database using
mysqldump. It also enable the user to provide an option
--ignore-table which skips the table from the backup process. The doc from the MySQL says -