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From: Bryan Cantwell (bcantwellfirescope.com)
Date: Mon Oct 01 2007 - 14:31:54 CDT
I have Mysql 5.0.45 using innodb tables.
Occasionally, I get corrupted tables. I can go into Mysql administrator
gui and see the bad table and I can repair the index or whatever is
wrong from the gui.
I need a command line way to periodically detect for issues and if it
finds one the I need a command line to repair a specific table.
Thank you for your assistance,
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