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> From: "Hank" <heskin@stripped>
> Exactly - I can't create an index on the table until I remove the
> duplicate records.
I was under the impression you were seeing this during a myisamchk run - which indicates
you should *already* have a key on that field. Or am I interpreting that wrong?
> I suppose I could create a non-unique index on the key
> fields, and try that, but then I'd have to (1) create that index, and then (2) do
> the full table scan query.
No, if you create the index, you will not do a full tablescan afterwards. That's the whole
point of an index :-)
> Either way, it's going to take a tremendous amount of time to do that.
Yes, building the index is, that's true.
> Alternatively, it would be most helpful if the tools provided that
> find and output the offending record block #s also provided a quick way to
> actually print out those offending rows so I could track down how they got in
> there in the first place.
I don't know about that, I'm afraid.
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