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@Rudy Did you consider using innoDB tables? Apparently they're better suited for heavy read-write operations (row-level vs. table-level locking). There are a few discussions in the forums with pros and cons of that approach.

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@dragan, thanks for replying. We host quite a few PW sites (in the hundreds). They are using AWS Aurora database. I want to take advantage of AWS replicas and being able to separate read and write requests on the database level. 

Yes, we've already using InnoDB for all of our database tables.

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