We have a machine with more than a hundred databases. If the machine should
crash, we feel it necessary to isamchk all the databases. Right now we do
/usr/local/mysql/bin/isamchk -r -q [ISM files]
This can take quite a long time (hours), however. Is there a faster way to
check these databases for errors? Could we just a plain isamchk with
the -q, but no -r? Then any errors that get picked up, we would run again
with the -r option?
If you have any suggestions, please let me know. Thanks.
|• isamchk'ing||Brandon Pulsipher||23 Mar|
| • isamchk'ing||Michael Widenius||24 Mar|