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From:Michael Widenius Date:April 22 1999 2:53am
Subject:Re: What are those SQL106d6_0.ISD and SQL106d6_0.ISM
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>>>>> "Sasha" == Sasha Pachev <sasha@stripped> writes:

Sasha> Scott Liu wrote:
>> 
>> In our /var/tmp directory, there are serveral *.ISD and *.ISM files
>> with serveral hundred MB. They are dated April 6. My guess is
>> that at one time (April 6), MySQL died and it left these files in the
>> /var/tmp. Am I right? Is it safe to remove them now? Thanks.
>> 
>> Scott Liu
>> Software Developer
>> 831 460 4318
>> .....................................................................

Sasha> Most likely, yes, but I would back them up just in case.

Hi!

Yes, the files in /var/tmp are safe to remove.
(assuming they all have the prefix 'SQL')

If you restart mysqld, it should automaticly remove all old files
SQL* temporary files in /var/tmp.  If not, please repost with mysqld
so that I can get a little more information about your system.

Regards,
Monty
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What are those SQL106d6_0.ISD and SQL106d6_0.ISMScott Liu21 Apr
  • Re: What are those SQL106d6_0.ISD and SQL106d6_0.ISMSasha Pachev21 Apr
    • Re: What are those SQL106d6_0.ISD and SQL106d6_0.ISMMichael Widenius22 Apr
  • Re: What are those SQL106d6_0.ISD and SQL106d6_0.ISMScott Liu22 Apr
  • Re: What are those SQL106d6_0.ISD and SQL106d6_0.ISMSasha Pachev22 Apr
  • Re: What are those SQL106d6_0.ISD and SQL106d6_0.ISMScott Liu22 Apr