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Here is the problem. All the db files are deleted automatically from the mysql folder. There are around 100 tables that were created but when we loged in via phpmyadmin ...
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- 06-25-2010 #1
- Join Date
- Apr 2005
Mysql DB problem
NOw I tried to look for files inside ./var/lib/mysql/mysql directory and searched for files with extention .frm,.mdb but there were no files found. Similarly checked the log entry and nothing is found over there,.
What should I do now as the data is very very imp? How can I recover the files ?
Also on the same line the mysql service is stopped , whenever I try to run the services it gives the mysql.socket error,.Earlier it used to connect via --skip-grant-tables but now it doesnt even with that .
Help would be seriously appreciated.
My system runs on fedora 11
- 06-25-2010 #2
Can you explain that?
All the db files are deleted automatically from the mysql folder.You must always face the curtain with a bow.
- 06-25-2010 #3
- Join Date
- Apr 2005
Which files: All the databases that were created .
Directory: When ever a db is created it is stored as .frm or .mdb , if i'm not mistaken . And the default location for these storeage is /var/libe/mysql/mysql. Now inside these folders I don;t see any other db files ...
Deleted by what and why ?:--This even I don't know , it just when try to see via phpmyadmin there are no dbs listed nor there are files by these db names inside the folder ..
- 06-25-2010 #4
Sorry to say, but if you dont have backups, then thatīs it.
Data is gone.You must always face the curtain with a bow.
- 06-25-2010 #5
/var/lib/mysql/mysql is the DB for mysql itself (users, permissions, etc)
are there any other directories in /var/lib/mysql?
And do they have files?
If yes, which ones?
ls -laYou must always face the curtain with a bow.
- 06-25-2010 #6
Also check your my.cnf file to see if the db files are being stored in a different directory. Additionally innodb tables will not be stored in the same place they will be stored in a file called innodb1 by default if I remember correctly.
The location will be in the my.cnf file
The phpmyadmin issue may be permissions as you only see databases you have permission to,What do we want?
When do we want 'em?
Doesn't really matter does it!?
The Fifth Continent
- 06-28-2010 #7
As elija said, check your my.cnf
and check for the files. Just to check, again, as elija pointed, if it is only a phpmyadmin issue.
If in doubt, post your my.cnf and /etc/fstab files.