How do I enable InnoDB on a cPanel Server?

To enable the InnoDB database engine, open up /etc/my.cnf in an editor(such as vim), and comment out the skip-innodb line:


Change:
[mysqld]
skip-innodb

To:
[mysqld]
#skip-innodb

Then restart the MySQL services:

service restart mysql

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