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From:Ask Bjørn Hansen Date:August 11 2003 1:46pm
Subject:Re: Corrupt index = mysqld freeze?
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On Thursday, Aug 7, 2003, at 13:41 America/Los_Angeles, Jennifer Goodie 
wrote:

> I have a stand alone database server.  It is a RAID5 running mySQL 
> 3.23.55
> on FreeBSD 4.1

In addition to Jeremy's suggestion of setting skip-name-resolve (and 
changing host names in the "mysql" database to IP addresses) you might 
want to consider upgrading FreeBSD to something more recent than 4.1 
(unless that was a typo).  4.1 is over 3 years old.

If skip-name-resolve doesn't help then it might be worthwhile to 
consider converting the tables to InnoDB to see if that changes 
anything.


  - ask

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Corrupt index = mysqld freeze?Jennifer Goodie7 Aug
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    • RE: Corrupt index = mysqld freeze?Jennifer Goodie8 Aug
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        • RE: Corrupt index = mysqld freeze?Jennifer Goodie8 Aug
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          • Re: Corrupt index = mysqld freeze?Jeremy Zawodny9 Aug
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              • RE: Corrupt index = mysqld freeze?Jennifer Goodie14 Aug
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