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Re: Can We Force MySQL to Terminate on Disk I/O Error?
Posted by: Authorized User
Date: January 19, 2022 04:01PM

Peter Brawley Wrote:
> > We need MySQL to commit seppuku instantly if
> disk IO errors
> > so the rest of the cluster stack can fail over
> properly.
> Seems you will need to track InnoDB monitor and
> the error log, issuing a shutdown on a set of
> criteria.

You mean write a script to tail the logs and grep for strings, and take action based on certain strings? Any suggestions for errors to watch for?

More to the point, is there a MySQL or OS setting that can forcefully terminate a process if it experiences IO errors?

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