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From:Ingo Strüwing Date:July 4 2009 3:04pm
Subject:Re: How to recover from online DDL failure?
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Hi Brian,

Brian Aker, 03.07.2009 18:46:

...
> Yes, no FRM files :)
> 
> Though the solution is only perfect for an engine which can handle
> recovery/manage its own data dictionary. Only Innodb and Archive can do
> this at the moment via the design, but we expect that engines like PBXT
> could as well.

If the data dictionary is in the engine, how do you know, which engine
serves a certain table?

Regards
Ingo
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      • Re: How to recover from online DDL failure?Ingo Strüwing4 Jul
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