Thanks for your reply.
I found out that this error was limitation row length of 8000 bytes on
InnoDB. I have check the dump sql file and one particular table is causing
What I did is just to use MyISAM engine rather than InnoDB for a specific
BTW, the machine has 24GB memory and Quad-Core CPU. The platform is RHEL 5.5
x64 and mysql-server-5.0.77-4.el5_4.2.
*Rob Wultsch *and Prabhat Kumar, thanks for your response.
On Tue, Jul 6, 2010 at 5:19 PM, Joerg Bruehe <Joerg.Bruehe@stripped> wrote:
> James, all,
> James Corteciano wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > I have received error message "ERROR 1030 (HY000) at line 167: Got error
> > from storage engine" when importing dump database to MySQL server. The
> > server is using InnoDB. I have google it and it's something problem on
> > exceeding
> > a row-length limit in the InnoDB table.
> you are putting overload on our crystal balls - why don't you tell us
> (at least!) the MySQL version and the platform?
> "error 139" looks like it is some Unix/Linux.
> On all these platforms, the exit code "139" means the process died
> because of signal 11 ("segmentation violation", "SIGSEGV"),
> and then a core dump was taken (indicated by the value 128).
> 139 == 11 + 128.
> You should use your debugger of choice to get a stack backtrace, unless
> this was already done automatically during crash analysis / recovery.
> > Any have idea how to fix this?
> Only when the backtrace is known, there may be some educated guesses
> about the cause of the problem.
> But all such effort is wasted unless you tell the versions.
> Joerg Bruehe, MySQL Build Team, Joerg.Bruehe@stripped
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