-- brion vibber (brion @ pobox.com
If a one-time event corrupted the files it's
possible a REPAIR TABLE
isn't quite doing enough. Try dumping and reloading the tables.
I am going to try a better repair this evening when I can shut down the
I just wanted to make sure the website couldn't be causing the problem; when
I repaired the database it seemed fine until I used the website.
I had this same problem that I posted to this list a
couple weeks ago.
What fixed it for me was dropping the whole table and recreating it as
Brion suggested. Then run "rebuildtextindex.php" in your maintenence
folder to recreate you index page, or if you just have a few pages you >can
null edits on the pages to have the indexes rebuilt.
Since I did that I haven't had the problem anymore.
How do these maintenance files work, do I just run the
"rebuildtextindex.php" in a browser, do I delete/drop the entire table
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