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Re: Massive increase in InnoDB corruption issues since upgrade to 8.0.29
Posted by: Christos Chatzaras
Date: June 08, 2022 03:33AM

Daniel Mason was able to reproduce the issue and create a bug report which MySQL team accepted.

If you already upgrade to 8.0.29 then do a "mysqlcheck -Ao" which will recreate the data and solve the issue for tables that are NOT already corrupted.

If any tables are already corrupted (it's silent corruption so data may be already corrupted and you don't know it) MySQL will crash but you will at least know that tables are corrupted.

I was able to mysqldump && restore using innodb_force_recovery = 1 on some servers, but one MySQL server was not able to even start and I had to restore from backups.

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