I checked the archies, but did not find an answer.
Well, I wasn't paying close enough attention and the partition that the
database resides upon filled up.
I manage to shutdown the server and start and isamchk of the tables.
isamchk manages to fill /var with a temporary file. I'm obviously not going to
get anywhere with that, so I kill it. I try again with the TMPDIR environment
variable set. From that point on, I get
cheops:/usr/local/mysql/var/modems: isamchk -r rad_accnt
- recovering ISAM-table 'rad_accnt.ISM'
Data records: 2267116
isamchk: error: Can't create new tempfile: 'rad_accnt.TMD'
ISAM-table 'rad_accnt' is not fixed because of errors
no matter what I try.
The -T and the --tmp_dir options are unknown. This is the version number:
isamchk Ver 5.7 for hp-hpux10.20 at hppa1.1
What is isamchk complaining about and how can I point it to a larger
partition for temp files?
What's the point? NT is not the solution.
NT is the problem.
Computers make very fast, very accurate mistakes.
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