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From EagleS <...@silvereagle.co.uk>
Subject Re: deleting a corrupted database with invalid checksum on page
Date Mon, 10 Mar 2014 15:18:46 GMT
I can't do rename table either unfortunately. Whatever query I try to run I get the same error
and hex dump.

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From: "Bryan Pendleton-3 [via Apache Database]" <ml-node+s10148n137789h30@n7.nabble.com>
To: "EagleS" <jon@silvereagle.co.uk>
Subject: deleting a corrupted database with invalid checksum on page
Date: Mon, Mar 10, 2014 14:55

> What can I do to just delete this table and then rebuild it from the Mirror
> file?
Can you use RENAME TABLE?
Then you can create your new table with the old name, and just
leave that old, damaged table around.
Of course, you'll want to arrange a more long-term solution,
but that might get you back on your feet again while you
build a more solid overall plan.
bryan









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