> It sounds like the client didn't crash, but the server did. If mysqld
> crashed, then any MyISAM tables that were in use at the time of the
> crash would definitely need reparing. If you want to ensure that
> crashes don't affect tables, use InnoDB or BDB tables instead.
the machine that crashed was a client during simple quering(select,update or
delete)... this is the problem...
can anybody assure me that it happens only in windows distribution or in
that release(MySQL 4.0.15-nt
if it's a common problem mysql isn't a dbms... :)