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Re^3: Read a mysql .MYD file without a working .MYI file?

by converter (Priest)
on Nov 17, 2008 at 15:35 UTC ( #724064=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

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in thread Read a mysql .MYD file without a working .MYI file?

Have you run fsck to make sure your filesystem isn't hosed? Never hurts to be paranoid.
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Re^4: Read a mysql .MYD file without a working .MYI file?
by japhy (Canon) on Nov 17, 2008 at 16:26 UTC
    Good idea, I suppose. Can I do that while the system is being used, though? This box holds some other databases, including the temporary table set up while this particular table is giving me woe.

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      You should probably unmount the partition before running fsck against it. You can either drop to single user mode or boot from a rescue CD if you want to fsck all the partitions, including the root partition.

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[erix]: (just caught that)
[Discipulus]: it's something like soul's house, no? Alma is something Discipulus understand
[Discipulus]: Thou art good erix?
[erix]: I thaught it was a poor's workhouse (~19th C) - lemme look it up...
Discipulus has decided to use old english because of 'thou'..
[erix]: hm, apparently almshouses are still around
[Discipulus]: yes poor's workhouse, what they had more than their souls and some bone?
[LanX]: erix alms = Almosen
[erix]: yeah, Aalmoes (Niederlaendisch)
[erix]: italian alma may be unrelated

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