>>>>> "Richard" == Richard Ellerbrock <richarde@stripped> writes:
>> Also, try other options, like -o, -e with myisamchk.
Richard> Yep, did both. Also shut the server down last night and did a check - same
> story. A -e finds no errors, but when I do an insert or delete, the indexes become
If -e doesn't find an error, then your table is correct! It's some
bug in the insert/delete code that causes this.
Richard> I now want to recreate a temporary table and insert all the records from the
> old table into the new one to see what happens.
This will not help.
Richard> Next, I will start checking my library versions. Any pointers here will be
> most helpful.
The only way to get this fixed is to create a repatable testcase and then give
someone that can debug MyISAM access to the MySQL source and the
testcase to fix this. I am willing to do this if you can get me a
copy of your tables or access to your computer!
Note that one would need a backup of a table that are ok (according to
isamchk) and a update log which can be used to corrupt the table as
follows: "mysql < update.log". You can find more information about
this in the MySQL manual, section: 'Debugging a MySQL server'.