-- On 30.11.99 18:36 +0200 sinisa@stripped wrote:
> > since I upgraded from MySQL 3.22.25 to 3.23.6a on my Linux 2.0.36 box
> and > converted all databases to the MyISAM format, I regularly get those
> > messages for alot of my databases and tables. I run a database check
> every > night which verifies the databases with "myisamchk -s ..."
> > /home/mysql/bin/myisamchk: ISAM file cthv/customer.MYI
> > /home/mysql/bin/myisamchk: error: Key 1 doesn't point at all records
> > MyISAM-table 'cthv/customer.MYI' is corrupted
> > Fix it using switch "-r" or "-o"
> > /home/mysql/bin/myisamchk: MyISAM file fnet/bericht.MYI
> > /home/mysql/bin/myisamchk: warning: 2 clients is using or hasn't
> closed the > table properly
> > MyISAM-table 'fnet/bericht.MYI' is usable but should be fixed
> > After I repair it it takes 1 or 2 days until I get the very same
> problems > again. :-(
> > I access the databases with PHP3 and C programs which up to now all
> use the > old 3.22.25 libraries. With the old 3.22.25 database I didnt
> have any > problems with corrupted index files and things like the above
> messages. :-( >
> > What could be wrong and what can I do against these problems so I do
> not > have to repair the tables every day?
> Are you using glibc ??? Install glibc 2.1.2, use binary from MySQL
> pages or re-build MySQL yourself.
I am running on an old libc system - it's libc 5.4.46.
Is this the reason for tmy problems?