Am 06.11.2011 06:05, schrieb Kevin Wang:
> I stopped mysql only to find that it wouldn't come back up, /etc/init.d/mysql
> start only outputs . . . . . . failed. I've narrowed it down to an issue
> with InnoDB. The database starts when innodb_force_recovery = 5 and nothing
> lower. When I "check table" for my MyISAM tables, they check fine, but the
> connection is dropped when I attempt to do so for my InnoDB tables with
> force_recovery set. mysql.err and mysql.log are empty. Here are the
> relevant logs from syslog when I attempt to start with
> innodb_force_recovery set to zero: http://pastebin.com/jzhEuWFu
> and here's my my.cnf file: http://pastebin.com/qn6huZ09
why do you care about starting mysql as long the systme is whining
the whole time over a dying harddisk?
What did you think "Unrecovered read error" and "Medium error"
try to tell you? this are kernel messages saying: hopefully you
have a backup and if not now is learning lesson for the future
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