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Re: Alter table killed, but change was done
Posted by: Charlie Schaubmair
Date: June 02, 2011 11:10AM

Thx for replying.

Yes, it is InnoDB.

After killing the ALTER-Script the tmp-table was immediatly gone and also all of the locks on the table, so I assumed that the ALTER was immediately rolled back.

I noticed later on that about 6 hours later I got for about 5 minutes an error 28 from storage engine.

I also checked the table and all records are still existing.

Hm, really strage, so now I think that the tmp table was deleted and also I saw nothing about it anymore with "SHOW PROCESSLIST" but the ALTER was then executed because the column was changed - there is no other explanation, or?

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