List:General Discussion« Previous MessageNext Message »
From:Gerald Clark Date:November 16 2001 9:12pm
Subject:Re: mysql using existing .MYD .MYI files?
View as plain text  
If they are not owned by mysql, mysqld can't read them.

Chris Bergeron wrote:

> Is there a way I can import data from a mysql using the mysql files?
> They weren't created using mysqldump; they were just copied from another
> directory.  For example, I have the files:
> 
> databasename/table1.frm
> databasename/table1.MYD
> databasename/table1.MYI
> 
> how can I bring these into mysql?  Mysql doesn't recognize them.  It's
> only seeing user and mysql databases.
> 
> Any ideas anyone?
> 
> 
> 
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
> Before posting, please check:
>    http://www.mysql.com/manual.php   (the manual)
>    http://lists.mysql.com/           (the list archive)
> 
> To request this thread, e-mail <mysql-thread91545@stripped>
> To unsubscribe, e-mail
> <mysql-unsubscribe-gerald_clark=suppliersystems.com@stripped>
> Trouble unsubscribing? Try: http://lists.mysql.com/php/unsubscribe.php
> 
> 
> 

Thread
mysql using existing .MYD .MYI files?Chris Bergeron16 Nov
  • Re: mysql using existing .MYD .MYI files?Gerald Clark16 Nov
RE: mysql using existing .MYD .MYI files?Teresa Narvaez16 Nov