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From:Gleb Paharenko Date:November 9 2004 9:57am
Subject:Re: Fast method needed to determine if a table is corrupt
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Hello.

I assume that MyISAM tables are checked thorougly, i.e. each record is read 
and compared to the table definition. How big your table is and what kind
of storage it is on? If the time to check is comparable to the time needed 
to actually read the whole data from the storage - then it's probably the 
best time. 
You can ask in internals@stripped then. 





Tim Murtaugh <temasp@stripped> wrote:


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Fast method needed to determine if a table is corruptTim Murtaugh8 Nov
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  • Re: Fast method needed to determine if a table is corruptGleb Paharenko9 Nov