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Re: [vox-tech] Need your help in recovering database.


I'm affraid the InnoDB addition to Mysql
is over my head. After viewing the InnoDB.com
site referenced below, it's clear that this addition
provides the commit/rollback transaction processing
features that I believe helps make Oracle bloated.

I can't help you recover your data, but I wish you
the best of luck in trying.

Anyway, it seems your limitation is the 2G file size
limit placed by the operating system. Jeff made mention
of a Linux kernal flag to override this.

Tim Riley

Soumyadeep nandi wrote:

> Thank you All,
> Thankyou very much for your cooperation. I doubt if I
> am able to present you properly.
> Replying to Tim:-
> > > Didn't find any fields in table 'blast_genescan'
> > Does "describe blast_genescan;" return the correct
> > columns? If so, maybe the perl script needs a
> > closer look.
> > >
> > > This for all the tables.
> > Do you mean that "describe table2;", "describe
> > table3;", and "describe table4;" all return no     >
> columns?
> This is after the command "use Entamoeba".
> After searching the solution in
> "http://www.innodb.com/ibman.html";
> I could get I must have specified "max" size. I've
> specified the max size along with some server
> variables viz.
> set-variable = key_buffer=256M


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