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Re: Often corrupt table indexes
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Date: June 13, 2005 02:41AM

There have been several complaints about index corruptions. However, I always thought that it was bound to Windows. But now it seems to be a general problem.

Unfortunately, I see no chance to fix this bug without an (at least somewhat) repeatable test case. Noone ever provided something like that. And I never saw index corruptions on our internal systems (except on test systems during fixing of special crashing bugs).

Instead of myisamchk, you could try the SQL command REPAIR TABLE. If this works, you don't need to care for shutdown or explicit LOCK TABLE.

Using InnoDB instead of MyISAM could help. You won't get MyISAM index corruptions any more ;) However there might be other problems. Anyway, you should give it a try.

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Re: Often corrupt table indexes 1907 Mark Lastdrager 08/02/2005 09:00AM
Re: Often corrupt table indexes 2109 kaz mccoy 08/16/2005 12:04PM


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