Having a mysql table which is 50G and created with myisam index. I would like to repair it (it went corrupt) and I am attempting a myisamchk on it. THe problem is that it is taking too long and the Load Average on the server goes up (close to 30 or more). I am actually using:
myisamchk --silent --force --fast --update-state \ > --key_buffer_size=512M --sort_buffer_size=512M \ > --read_buffer_size=4M --write_buffer_size=4M \ > tablename.MYI
any suggestions on the myisamchk arguments that will do a slow repair without overloading the processor?
preguntado el 28 de agosto de 12 a las 11:08