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Re: innodb log sequence error
Posted by: Marko Mäkelä
Date: December 15, 2006 09:16AM

The only safe fix is to make an SQL dump of all data, hope that it is correct,
create the database from the scratch, and reimport the data. The ib_logfiles must always be in sync with the ibdata and *.ibd files. Otherwise, crash recovery will fail or corrupt the data files. Crash recovery is automatically done when InnoDB starts.

In order to create the database from the scratch, you will have to delete all ib_logfile*, ibdata*, *.ibd, and *.frm of all InnoDB tables. You can preserve other types of tables. InnoDB will automatically create the data and log files at startup when they are missing.

Best regards,

Marko Mäkelä
Innobase Oy/Oracle Corp.

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