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Re: Error Code: 1146 when creating new table desc
Posted by: Rachel Gomez
Date: July 04, 2022 11:52PM

MySQL table errors happen due to many reasons, the major ones we’ve come across include:

InnoDB crash – When the InnoDB server crash due to any process load or user abuse, or if the server was not restarted properly, it can get corrupt and cause table errors to show up.

Missing ibdata file in the MySQL datadir – InnoDB has a data dictionary – the ibdata file and log files, which are crucial for InnoDB to function. If during migrations or restorations, these files go missing, it can prevent InnoDB tables from functioning right.

Improperly placed .frm files – In InnoDB, tables have ‘.frm’ files that define the table format. If these files get deleted or were missed to copy over to the proper database directory, then the tables can show errors.

Incorrect permissions and ownership of MySQL datadir – MySQL has a data directory, usually ‘/var/lib/mysql’ that stores the databases. If the permission and ownership of this directory is not adequate for MySQL to access it, errors would occur.

Corrupt tables or improper table names – If the database tables got corrupt due to improper server shut down or incomplete queries, or if the table name format is not correct, the ‘1146 table doesn’t exist’ error may show up.

Regards,
Rachel Gomez

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