Because I am unable to start the mysql daemon, I have edited my my.cnf files so that innodb_force_recover=6.

Now I am able to start the mysql daemon. I guess the data are corrupt somewhere so I am planning a backup and reinstallation and restore.

However, when I ran mysqldump or mysqlcheck to assist me in this, nothing happens. I execute each of the command, and no output was given to stdout nor stderr.

Exit statuses (as from $?) are 0.

Why, and how can I solve this?

  • How long did they take? Did you look at SHOW PROCESSLIST while these where running? – danblack Mar 4 at 21:45

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