You should check your error logs for innodb errors, there will be the
key to the solution. If you want to avoid this behaviour, you can set
innodb=force in your configuration file to make innodb error fatal, or
set sql_mode to 'NO_ENGINE_SUBSTITUTION'.
On 01/31/2011 08:21 PM, M. Rodrigo Monteiro wrote:
> 2011/1/31 João Cândido de Souza Neto<joao@stripped>:
>> I´m not so sure about that, but I think in MySql 3.23 the InnoDB engine
>> disabled by default so you must be almost a PhD to enable it.
> But the version of MySQL is 5.1 as you can see below...
>> What about updating server?
>> # cat /etc/redhat-release
>> CentOS release 5.5 (Final)
>> # rpm -qa | grep -i mysql