Today I had to fix a MySQL replication, where the slave process suddenly stopped working.
The show slave status output showed the following error:
Last_SQL_Error: Error 'Table './DB1/table_32' is marked as crashed and last (automatic?) repair failed' on query. Default database: 'DB1'. Query: 'ALTER TABLE table_32 DISABLE KEYS'
On a "normal" MySQL server I'd repair the table with myisamchk, but would this also work on the Slave? Yes it does.
Checking MyISAM file: table_32
Data records: 0 Deleted blocks: 0
myisamchk: warning: Table is marked as crashed and last repair failed
- check file-size
myisamchk: warning: Size of indexfile is: 2189487104 Should be: 1024
- check record delete-chain
- check key delete-chain
- check index reference
- check data record references index: 1
MyISAM-table 'table_32' is usable but should be fixed
So that's pretty much the same result as also seen in the replication status error. The table can be repaired with the -r parameter:
myisamchk -r table_32
- recovering (with sort) MyISAM-table 'table_32'
Data records: 0
- Fixing index 1
- Fixing index 2
- Fixing index 3
- Fixing index 4
Data records: 36841845
Afterwards the slave process was started again:
mysql> START SLAVE;
And it worked again:
mysql> show slave status\G
*************************** 1. row ***************************
Slave_IO_State: Waiting for master to send event
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