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Can't open file: 'TABLENAME.MYD'. (errno: 145)
 
Can't open file: 'TABLENAME.MYD'. (errno: 145)
  
In order to resolve this please follow the instructions below
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In order to resolve this please follow the instructions below:
 
   
 
   
 
  1...Run the SupportWorks Server Configuration Program. (Start-> Programs->SupportWorks->SupportWorks Configuration Program.)
 
  1...Run the SupportWorks Server Configuration Program. (Start-> Programs->SupportWorks->SupportWorks Configuration Program.)
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  Repair Table TABLENAME;
 
  Repair Table TABLENAME;
 
   
 
   
  8...Take a copy of the Results Returned. The table should now have been repaired. Please forward a copy of the table and results displayed to [email protected] Once received, we will endeavor to identify the root cause of the failure.
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  8...Take a copy of the Results Returned. The table should now have been repaired. Please forward a copy of the table and results displayed to [email protected] Once received, we will endeavor to identify the root cause of the failure.
 
   
 
   
 
  9...On the Server TAB start all remaining services.
 
  9...On the Server TAB start all remaining services.

Revision as of 11:21, 16 June 2015

How to repair a Corrupt Index File

This document details how to resolve an issue with a Corrupt Index on a MyISAM file. The error will be reported as follows in the log file

Can't open file: 'TABLENAME.MYD'. (errno: 145)

In order to resolve this please follow the instructions below:

1...Run the SupportWorks Server Configuration Program. (Start-> Programs->SupportWorks->SupportWorks Configuration Program.)
2...On the Server TAB STOP all Services
3...From the MS Windows Control Panel – STOP the the SwSQLServer Service.
4...Make a copy of the Corrupt Database files.
5...Re Start the SwSQLServer
6...Run the Support-Works Interactive SQL Program (Start->Programs->Hornbill Core Services ->Interactive SQL.)
7...Enter the following replacing DATABASE and TABLENAME with the appropriate values. 
 
Use DATABASE;   
Repair Table TABLENAME;

8...Take a copy of the Results Returned. The table should now have been repaired. Please forward a copy of the table and results displayed to [email protected] Once received, we will endeavor to identify the  root cause of the failure.

9...On the Server TAB start all remaining services.


Once done the Table will be repaired, should you require any further information and/or assistance please feel free to contact Hornbill Support on [email protected] or call 0208 5828228.