[nycphp-talk] ism tables.
Hans C. Kaspersetz
hans at cyberxdesigns.com
Tue Jan 9 08:52:27 EST 2007
mikesz at qualityadvantages.com wrote:
> Hans C. Kaspersetz wrote:
>> Well, I did finally get a copy of MySQL 4.0.x installed on my
>> computer. It looks like the tables are really corrupt. The iasmchk
>> utility wasn't able to recover them. I am kinda bummed but live and
>> learn. Now I have MySQL 4.0.x, 4.1.x and 5.0.x installed on my
>> computer just for this case.
>> When I ran ALTER TABLE phpbb_users TYPE = MYISAM in MySQL 4.0 it
>> wiped the tables clean. They showed no records.
>> When I ran ALTER TABLE phpbb_users TYPE = MYISAM in MySQL 4.1 or 5.0
>> I got the same silly error I was getting earlier from MySQL.
>> Thank for the help guys.
>> Jon Baer wrote:
>>> Actually after reading your original email all you need to do is a
>>> bulk search/replace and change ...
>>>>> ALTER TABLE phpbb_users TYPE = MYISAM
>>>>> ALTER TABLE phpbb_users ENGINE = MYISAM
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> What happened when you ran "ALTER TABLE phpbb_users ENGINE = MYISAM"
> as suggested?
> I also have 40, 41 and 50 running on my system and it saves me a lot
> of grief when dealing with my clients who can be running any of them...
> regards, mikesz
I meant to say that when I ran ALTER TABLE phpbb_users ENGINE = MYISAM
on 4.0 it wiped any data that was in the tables out of them and returned
an empty myi file.
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