MyISAM tables

Asked by Gustavo Tonello on 2014-04-25

Hi guys,

I tried search some answer for my case, but I can't find.

I'm using mydumper to generate my backup.
One of my databases, have a MyISAM table, and when I restore this backup, I can't find this table.

Have a limitation in mydumper to backup MyISAM tables?
I create my backup only using --build-empty-files and --compress options.

Thanks.
Regards,

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Gustavo Tonello
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2014-04-25
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Max Bubenick (max-bubenick) said : #1

Hi Gustavo, there is not limitation with myisam tables, are you sure that table was there when you took the backup?

Can you show me the mydumper command you ran and the method to restore that backup?
Is the file db.your_mysiam_table-schema.sql for that table in the output dir?

Hi Max,

Yes, you're right.
Mydumper works fine here. I don't know why but I checked backup again, and schema and data files of this table are in backup.
I restore backup again, and table was imported without problem.

Any way, thank you for the answer and sorry for the inconvenience.

Regards,