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Re: Often corrupt table indexes
Posted by: Ingo Strüwing ()
Date: July 20, 2005 05:25AM

Hi Oliver,

this is a start. I'll try to repeat it on my PC. What I would like to have/know:

- Some example data (ideally a script/prog to create dummy data).
- Does auswertung_05 have the same structure as log_05_02?
- Did I understand correctly that you currently have log_05_01 .. log_05_06?
- Did I understand correctly that the DELETE and INSERT SELECT need to be done for all six tables by replacing '02' by '01' .. '06'?

Regards, Ingo

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Often corrupt table indexes 7294 Daniel Draes 06/11/2005 01:54PM
Re: Often corrupt table indexes 2742 Ingo Strüwing 06/13/2005 02:41AM
Re: Often corrupt table indexes 2728 oliver 07/20/2005 01:20AM
Re: Often corrupt table indexes 2448 Ingo Strüwing 07/20/2005 05:25AM
Re: Often corrupt table indexes 2311 oliver 07/20/2005 07:40AM
Re: Often corrupt table indexes 2197 Ingo Strüwing 07/20/2005 09:03AM
Re: Often corrupt table indexes 2184 oliver 07/20/2005 12:13PM
Re: Often corrupt table indexes 2082 Ingo Strüwing 07/21/2005 04:16AM
Re: Often corrupt table indexes 2130 oliver 07/22/2005 03:05PM
Re: Often corrupt table indexes 2106 Ingo Strüwing 07/25/2005 02:26AM
Re: Often corrupt table indexes 2106 Mark Lastdrager 08/01/2005 02:26AM
Re: Often corrupt table indexes 2076 Ingo Strüwing 08/02/2005 03:32AM
Re: Often corrupt table indexes 2133 Mark Lastdrager 08/02/2005 09:00AM
Re: Often corrupt table indexes 2373 kaz mccoy 08/16/2005 12:04PM


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