On 25/08/2010 8:05 a, Michael Dykman wrote:
> How are you shutting down the server during the restart.. have you
> checked the logs? Might you be issuing a kill and crashing it?
> MyISAM doesnot dealwith crashes very elegantly.
> Also, what is some reason? Might thereason you need to restart be related?
> - michael dykman
> On Tue, Aug 24, 2010 at 11:13 PM, sangprabv<sangprabv@stripped> wrote:
>> Hi List,
>> I have a very big size MyISAM table. For some reason I need to restart the server
> periodically. But After restarting the server, the table always get corrupt, and always
> need to run myisamchk. Don't know what cause the problem. But it will be very helpful if
> somebody can give me some tips to avoid this problem. Thanks alot.
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Maybe you need to check *why* you have to keep on restarting the server?
Cure the disease, not the symptoms? We have a particular mysql server
that has been up the last 8 months with no downtime...
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