Nevermind, it just finished... holy uggh!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Steven Staples [mailto:sstaples@stripped]
> Sent: June 18, 2010 2:31 PM
> To: mysql@stripped
> Subject: analyze table issue
> Ok, I know I am an idiot sometimes, and I think this falls into that
> I use SQLYog as my MySQL front end editor. I was looking to do some
> things, and was going to run a check table command, and clicked the
> "analyze" button, and didn't realize that all the tables in the database
> were selected.
> Long story short, that was at 9am this morning, and it is 230pm now, and
> is still running. What are the ramifications of killing that process?
> The database is only a total of 8 tables, and consuming about 20gb, but it
> is approaching home time, and I don't want this to run all weekend long...
> Can I just kill it, or will it corrupt the table it is currently on?
> Steven Staples
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