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Re: A bug with innodb on Linux? Can't be started a second time.
Posted by: sknock
Date: April 18, 2005 09:14PM

For anyone with a similar problem, I found the underlying source of mine:

here are the details:
InnoDB uses asynchronous io to connect to its ibdata file.
Unfortunately Linux doesn't appear (yet) to support
networked aio, and the Linux box I'm installing on has
some of its data directories served over NFS. A solution
that doesn't remove any functionality (short of moving the
whole install to a local drive, which isn't ideal in my case)
is to tell InnoDB to put it's data file and log files in a
directory that is on a local disk.

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