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From:Jesse F. Hughes Date:June 3 2010 1:03am
Subject:Missing database file names
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After a recent hard drive kerfluffle and the results of fsck, I'm left
with a slew of jumbled database files.  The file command can tell me
the file types, like so:

#15901614: MySQL table definition file Version 10
#15901615: MySQL MISAM compressed data file Version 1
#15901617: MySQL table definition file Version 10
#15901618: MySQL MISAM compressed data file Version 1
#15901620: MySQL table definition file Version 10
#15901621: MySQL MISAM compressed data file Version 1

These files are, I'm pretty sure, from my mythtv database.  I'm
rebuilding my box and it would be nice if I can keep the mythtv
database the same as before, but how can I tell which file is which?

Any ideas?

Thanks much.

-- 
Jesse F. Hughes
Me: "Quincy, there's only *one* Truth, isn't there?"
Quincy (age 4): "Yeah, and it's *mine*." 
                           -- A lesson in postmodernism goes awry. 
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