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From: Shachi Govil (shachi.govilmagicsw.com)
Date: Thu Dec 04 2008 - 04:49:52 CST
I thought you always have to go to the physical location and delete the tmp
files manually. These are created in tmp folder.
I am not sure if restarting helps...
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ananda Kumar" <anandklgmail.com>
To: "Jonas Genannt" <jonasgegmx.net>
Sent: Thursday, December 04, 2008 4:09 PM
Subject: Re: Alter Table - InnoDB
> So, now u dont have free space in your file system.
> Is this a production db.
> I think, restarting the db, should not cause any harm. Which version of
> On 12/4/08, Jonas Genannt <jonasgegmx.net> wrote:
>> Hi Ananda,
>> > Since u have cancled the job, those in-complete temp files can be
>> > deleted from the file system.
>> ok - but I'm using InnoDB. The IBdata file is bumped up. There are no
>> temp files on the database directory.
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