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MySQL Bugs: #71175: InnoDB starting crash recovery every time MySQL 5.7.3 service starts

The log sequence number in ibdata files does not match

If the system tablespace header is corrupt, for whatever reason, then all bets are off. Let me know if there's any more information you need. No new logfiles seem to be created. If you see no messages after this, something went terribly wrong. It means the server was not shut down gracefully around that time, so it had to enter recovery mode when it started back up. So, just continue using a server, as there are actually no problems when server starts running. And same thing happened, if I deleted renamed the mentioned files in the error log, it would just do it again the next time I tried to restart mysql and it would give the same errors for a different website.

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I messed up! Deleted ibdata1...

The log sequence number in ibdata files does not match

Thanks for contributing an answer to Database Administrators Stack Exchange! The web hosting company got it up and running again, but I started to notice some of the websites' databases weren't working. Are all of your tables in their own files, or are there some in the central tablespace? Possibly due to a crash maybe power failure , or the server process being killed without given a chance to clean up Is it causing you a problem with your current database given that its now 20th June? Das ist absolut tödlich, genau deswegen was Dir jetzt passiert ist. First, before you re-start your server, check the error log if everything has finished without any errors or warnings. This will attempt to repair any damage and you can see how bad things are. I read through all of the comments here, but I wasn't clear on the solution. You should also let us know of the free space on the partitions where central tablespace is. Everything seems to be behaving as expected now.

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MySQLが突然落ちたときの復旧方法メモ

The log sequence number in ibdata files does not match

I can understand a table corruption in case of disk error, but why a rollback during the improper server shutdown? Problem is that Log Sequence Numbers are written in the log files as well. Is it possible shutdown is incomplete somehow? Please, set log files sizes back to the original ones. In many cases it will repair it fine, although you might have lost some transactions which were never applied when the problem first surfaced. Once it starts, you should be able to take a dump. You can use the following information to find out where mysqld died. Because I would have been able to restore the particular table from backup, I followed the instructions in the error log and removed actually renamed in my case to category.

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MySQL Won’t Start Because of InnoDB Table Corruption (Repair and Recover Database)

The log sequence number in ibdata files does not match

Is there any other tool that I can use to find out what might have killed mysql? Turns out that from time to time, memory usage would spike I'm guessing that this was because of a dramatic spike in apache child processes and this would cause memory pressure. But be careful: do not remove old data files which contain your precious data! I asked the web hosting company to look at it and they had to bump it up to Tier 1 support to get somebody who could figure it out. What is the best approach to deal with and fix this permanently? Yesterday I went into cpanel and deleted the affected databases, and then restored them through cpanel from the backup copy from a couple of days before. Even though the first one looks most likely. Can anyone suggest how to deal with this? Doing a will make the redo logs roll forward to match the end time of the backup. Start the server with --skip-slave-start I have no idea what this means! Hence, a discrepancy that has to be reported.

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MySQL Won’t Start Because of InnoDB Table Corruption (Repair and Recover Database)

The log sequence number in ibdata files does not match

We will try our best to scrape up some info that will hopefully help diagnose the problem, but since we have already crashed, something is definitely wrong and this may fail. I have been told it might be a hardware issue, but my hosting provider says they cannot see any problems. What this essentially does is create the backup rolled forward to a specific point in time. If so can you please post the exact steps required to reproduce this problem so that we can try the same. Using the backup procedure described below, it gives warnings. I will post an update on this later. The problem may stem from not preparing the incremental backup.

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MySQL Bugs: #71175: InnoDB starting crash recovery every time MySQL 5.7.3 service starts

The log sequence number in ibdata files does not match

If the first method doesnt work, give this a try. When I Test Port 80 it says Apache is running. Hardware failures and power outages are the usual cause of database crashes, corrupted tables, and bad data. It ends with: xtrabackup: xtrabackup:! I will set the bug state to verified, I'm reasonably confident that there is a bug. Set fast shutdown option to 0, copy back the original log files back over new ones. Current system log sequence number 12881010402316. I underline that I found this problem in more then one case with different hardware and different application.

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