I faced this problem to find the information about engines inside Mysql DB. Its quite easy to work with mysql, but the engine inside mysql are so pretty and the information about the engines can be found by using following commands in query editor/console :-
show engine innodb status;
This above query /command will help you to find the information about a perticular database.Here I used in this query is innodb engine.
This above query /command will help you to find following output ( all engines inside your db and some information about those).
1--'MyISAM', 'YES', 'Default engine as of MySQL 3.23 with great performance'
2--'MEMORY', 'YES', 'Hash based, stored in memory, useful for temporary tables'
3--'InnoDB', 'DEFAULT', 'Supports transactions, row-level locking, and foreign keys'
4--'BerkeleyDB', 'NO', 'Supports transactions and page-level locking'
5--'BLACKHOLE', 'YES', '/dev/null storage engine (anything you write to it disappears)'
6--'EXAMPLE', 'NO', 'Example storage engine'
7--'ARCHIVE', 'YES', 'Archive storage engine'
8--'CSV', 'NO', 'CSV storage engine'
9--'ndbcluster', 'NO', 'Clustered, fault-tolerant, memory-based tables'
10--'FEDERATED', 'YES', 'Federated MySQL storage engine'
11--'MRG_MYISAM', 'YES', 'Collection of identical MyISAM tables'
12--'ISAM', 'NO', 'Obsolete storage engine'
Read more about this system internal commands from mysql.