Table attributes are the various properties of a table. This section discusses the settings for some of them.
The first attribute that we can change is called Storage Engine.
This controls the whole behavior of the table—its location (on-disk or in-memory), the index structure, and whether it supports transactions and foreign keys. The drop-down list varies depending on the storage engines supported by our MySQL server.
Changing a table's storage engine may be a long operation if the number of rows is large.
This allows us to enter comments for the table:
These comments will be shown ...