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Is there any legal case where a clean shutdown leaves crashed MyISAM tables?
Posted by: Saverio Miroddi ()
Date: February 12, 2014 05:03AM

We have some MyISAM tables in our system.

The problem is that even in clean shudown conditions (service mysql.server stop, or mysqladmin shutdown), some MyISAM tables are marked as crashed on restart.

I've read the documentation, and this is expected in case or ongoing REPAIR/OPTIMIZE TABLE threads, but there's no reference to other situation which can lead to a crashed table.

To be more specific, the documentation says that large writes may leave partial updates, but this is not associated with a crashed table.

Is this a MySQL bug, or am I missing something?

We've been using several 5.6.x versions.

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Is there any legal case where a clean shutdown leaves crashed MyISAM tables? 631 Saverio Miroddi 02/12/2014 05:03AM
Re: Is there any legal case where a clean shutdown leaves crashed MyISAM tables? 329 Rick James 02/13/2014 11:18PM
Re: Is there any legal case where a clean shutdown leaves crashed MyISAM tables? 277 Saverio M 02/19/2014 08:44AM


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