FAST Only checks tables if they have not been closed properly. Craig Edited 1 time(s). When examining the binlog with mysqlbinlog, it stops before reaching the end of the binlog, with the error ERROR: Error in Log_event::read_log_event(): 'Event too big', data_len: 1635131433, event_type: 109 Could not The syntax is myisamchk [options[ [tablenames]. http://forums.mysql.com/read.php?21,597673,597673
But ask mysql forums first... On reading theMySQL manual, it says to check out the host.err log.In my log I see: read_next_with_key: Got error 134 when reading table
What is error 134?Thanks,Todd mysql asked Sep Which happen to be the scripts that these very tables are for. ██ Dathorn, Inc. - Premium WHM & cPanel Hosting since 2002!
When trying to read back my dump file into the database, I get this error [emailprotected]:/cygdrive/c/Program Files/mysql/data 23:15$ ../bin/mysql.exe -h 10.224.3.3 -u root -p testdb -e "./zztest.sql" Enter password: ERROR 1064 I am also running it in a Master-Master replication setup. This command will tell you the current state of the table: myisamchk -s /var/lib/mysql/[database]/[table] To attempt a repair, try this first: myisamchk -r -q /var/lib/mysql/[database]/[table] The -r flag tells it to pair_mysql If at first you don't succeed, bomb disposal probably isn't for you! ヅ Top Mantis New user Posts: 24 Joined: 2007-01-17 15:51 Contact: Contact Mantis Website Re: Error since crash:
any one have exp. MySQL should really be stopped. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. http://dba.stackexchange.com/questions/116427/error-134-in-a-mysql-table Problem is that it has been happening quite frequently recently...
so every day i got a database need repair ......... Before posting, please read the troubleshooting guide. chrism01 View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by chrism01 09-11-2008, 02:15 AM #8 Swakoo Member Registered: Apr 2005 Distribution: Red If CHECK finds corruption, it will mark the table as corrupt, and it will be unusable.
This also uses slightly less disk space than a -r repair since a sort buffer is not created. Read More Here FAST option above. --force, -f Will run the myisamchk repair option if any errors are found --information, -i Display statistics about the checked table --medium-check, -m Same as the CHECK TABLE Note that CHECK TABLE only works with MyISAM and InnoDB tables. Max no of attachments : 5Publish Preview Cancel null This is preview.Publish Back to edit CancelAttachments Size : This is preview.Publish Back to edit Cancel Attaching......
Reply With Quote 0 04-09-2003,02:14 PM #3 solyalex View Profile View Forum Posts View Forum Threads Visit Homepage Web Hosting Guru Join Date Nov 2002 Location egypt Posts 286 navigate here BTW, this is mysql 5.5.30 Thanks! file can help this go quicker. Here are some examples of table corruption errors that would be found in the debug log: [TCX][MyODBC]Can't open file: 'folderperms.MYD'. (errno: 145) [TCX][MyODBC]Got error 134 from table handler The problems that
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To achieve this, follow this link : http://help.opmanager.com/migrating_database This is trying to throw a message in reading the specific tables. These are the stock compiled .tar.gz distributions. It is not reviewed in advance by Oracle and does not necessarily represent the opinion of Oracle or any other party. EXTENDED option above. --fast, -F Same as the CHECK TABLE ...
A large part of all reported issues are already described in detail here. The following options pertain to checking (mysqlcheck can also repair, as well as analyze and optimize. --auto-repair Used together with a check option, it will automatically begin repairing if corruption is Scans rows to check that deleted links are correct, and verifies a calculated checksum for all keys with a calculated a key checksum for the rows. this contact form If you'd like to contribute content, let us know.
To manually repair a database table, open a command-prompt on your DMZ system and log in to the MySQL server using the "root" account created during the DMZ installation. Note that you can specify multiple tables, and that mysqlcheck only works with MyISAM tables. Having a problem logging in? chrism01 View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by chrism01 08-06-2008, 03:39 AM #3 Swakoo Member Registered: Apr 2005 Distribution: Red
Tell the backup to ignore the actual database files and backup the (closed) MOVEit DMZ backup file instead. I need a permanent fix other than repairing them every time ██ Dathorn, Inc. - Premium WHM & cPanel Hosting since 2002! The syntax is: mysqlcheck [options] dbname tablename [tablename2... ]. The when user tries to create the table again from scratch, he get's the error 127.
Also uses much less disk space since the data file is not modified. --unpack, -u Unpacks a file that has been packed with the myisampack utility. Normally, this database operates silently, behind the scenes of MOVEit DMZ, and requires no active maintenance on the part of the administrator to operate. or is it simply the user which hits ESC while loading page...Error Reading Communication Packets in Mysql-generalI sent this a few weeks ago and have not seen a response, I have Content reproduced on this site is the property of the respective copyright holders.