In the last episode (Feb 10), David Logan said:
> Foo Ji-Haw wrote:
> >Heikki Tuuri wrote:
> >>if the OS crashes do not corrupt files, then InnoDB tables would
> >>survive an OS crash without a problem.
> >Thanks for the reply Heikki. Let me rephrase my problem: the data
> >remains intact, but I suspect the indexes are corrupted. Basically I
> >have to run myisamcheck and mysqlcheck to get my tables operational
> >again. No data loss though.
> >Logan (thanks Logan) suggested a periodic flush call. I am wondering
> >if auto flushing is available?
> You could set that up as a small cron job (Are you using unix/Linux?)
> like so
> 15 * * * * /usr/local/mysql/bin/mysql -u root -pxxxxxx -e 'FLUSH TABLES'
> This would run a FLUSH TABLES once every hour at 15 minutes past. If you
> are using Windows, sorry I'm not sure how to do it there.
Easier to just set flush_time=900 in my.cnf :)