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From:Steven Roussey Date:January 19 2001 6:57pm
Subject:RE: TRUNCATE causes corrupted tables
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No, I can't repeat it on command, sorry.

However, I can give a little more info. When inserting, the index file got
bigger. It was the data file that was set to 0 bytes, but did not get bigger
on inserts. Doing a repair fixed it.

I have some tables truncated via scripts, so I turned on mysql's auto repair
feature so it can deal with it rather than me.


Steven Roussey

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