Posted on Wednesday, December 30, 2009 at 4:51 AM
There are numerous MySQL commands (with different syntax) that help you to systematically maintain your database. Out of the various commands, the two most common MySQL commands are Flush and Optimize. The Flush command reloads or clears all the internal patches used by MySQL. For using the Flush statement, you will need to have the RELOAD privilege. The Optimize command is used to defragment the database file and to reclaim the unused space. While both the commands hold different functionalities, using these commands one after the another can result into corruption of table. In such situations, the data stored in the table becomes inaccessible. For complete accessibility of table records in such situations, a fundamental way is to restore the data from an updated database backup. But if in case, the backup file is unavailable, then you will need to use advanced MySQL Repair
to repair the table...
Posted on Tuesday, December 29, 2009 at 2:48 AM
With the newer versions of MySQL coming into the market, it becomes obvious for the database users to migrate to the new version. Migration primarily allows you to use the additional functionalities of the new version. Few additional functionalities could be increased speed and security. While migration allows you with numerous benefits, it might also result in corruption of database. Once the database is corrupted, it becomes unmountable making its records inaccessible. In such situations, an updated database backup acts as a boon and allows you to restore the database components. However, there are many occasions where the users either forgets to create a database backup or backup falls short to restore the required data. For such scenarios, only an advanced MySQL Repair
software can help.
As a practical case, you migrated your MySQL database from MySQL 4.1 to MySQL5. After doing so, when you attempt to access the records stored in your tables, you receive the below error message:...
Posted on Tuesday, December 08, 2009 at 2:42 AM
The file descriptor limit in Windows operating system restricts simultaneous opening of the files to a defined limit of 2048. The limit further causes severe performance issues for a busy MySQL server, because the table cache value needs to be greater than 2048. In most of these scenarios, MySQL server crashes resulting in corruption of MySQL database. In addition, the database becomes unmountable and its records inaccessible. To access your database records in such scenarios, you will need to restore the data from a valid and complete database backup. But if in case, your database is not available or backup file is corrupted, an advanced third-party MySQL Repair
application always helps by performing a complete repair.
As a practical instance, your MySQL Server is already running busy and when you attempt to open some more tables, your server crashes displaying the below error message:
“080726 6:06:11 [ERROR] Error in accept: Too many open files...
Posted on Monday, December 07, 2009 at 5:03 AM
Error message at the startup of MySQLD (MySQL Server) primarily occurs when the database is corrupted or damaged. Few main factors responsible for MySQL database corruption are improper MySQLD shutdown, concurrent modification of same database component, and software bugs. Two major outcomes that you might encounter after database corruption are unmountability of database and inaccessibility of records. To surmount both these hazards and easily access the database records, a standard way is to restore it from an updated database backup. However, in case of database backup unavailable, the only alternative left is to repair your database using powerful MySQL Repair
Consider a scenario, where you encounter the below error message when you attempt to start MySQLD:
“MySQL got signal 11”
After the above error signal appears, MySQLD shuts down automatically and then restarts on its own, resulting in improper shutdown of your MySQLD...
Posted on Wednesday, December 02, 2009 at 4:48 AM
Upgradation to a new version of MySQL database server allows you to remove all the bugs in the previous version. It also enables you to improve the server performance, security, and retrieval results. While upgradation allows you with numerous benefits, it can also result in corruption or damage of your database. In such situations, your database becomes unmountable and its records inaccessible. To successfully access your database records, an ideal way is to restore your database from an updated backup. However, there have been thousands of case studies where the user has either not created any backup or its backup file has been corrupted or damaged due to various internal or external factors. For such corruption scenarios, you will need to repair your database by using advanced MySQL Repair
Posted on Tuesday, November 24, 2009 at 4:55 AM
As the name suggests, Delete statement is used to delete selected or all rows from the table. The statement also returns a count of all the rows deleted by the user. However, the user always needs a delete privilege to perform delete operation. While the delete operation is safe and easy to perform, it can also result in corruption of the MySQL table. In such situations, the data stored in the table becomes inaccessible and you receive an error message. To overcome such error message and access the data stored in MySQL table, an updated backup always acts as a boon. But if you have not maintained any database backup or back falls short to restore the required data, then you will need to use efficient third-party MySQL Repair
Consider a practical scenario, where you run a delete query to delete some records. However, instead of query deleting the records, below error message pops up stating that the table has been corrupted:...
Posted on Wednesday, November 18, 2009 at 9:29 PM
A severely corrupted MySQL database table is always difficult to repair. Corruption in table not only stops the database to mount, but also makes the records saved in the table inaccessible. Few major causes for severe corruption of MySQL database tables are improper system shutdown, software bugs, and human errors. To surpass the effects of table corruption, restoration from a complete and valid database backup always helps. But, the possibilities for backup being corrupted or damaged always exist. In such situations, an ideal way to access your data is by using an advanced third-party MySQL Repair
Consider a practical scenario, where you run a query to display the contents saved in a particular table and you encounter an error message stating that the table has been severely corrupted. To repair your corrupted table, you run the below command.
Repair Table Tablename...
Posted on Thursday, November 12, 2009 at 5:05 AM
Whenever, you create a Table in MySQL database, it creates three different files (FRM, MYD, and MYI) for storing table format, data, and Index. Corruption in MySQL database tables happens very easily. Few major reasons for table corruption are improper mysqld shutdown, software bugs, and human errors. Once the tables are corrupted, an error message pops up stating the cause for its occurrence. This error message not only makes the database unmountable, but also makes the records stored in the table inaccessible. The error message leaves you in an unrecoverable position leaving you with no option, but to restore data from an updated backup. While restoration of data from an updated backup helps you to recover from any corruption scenario, the possibilities of backup being corrupt or damaged always persist. In such situations, only a powerful third-party MySQL Repair