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phprojekt - errno:145 - repair table - "table doesn't exist"

Posted on 2006-07-04
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I am using PHProjekt and cannot access the projekte database. This happened when I tried to delete one project. Now, when I click on "projekte" menu, I can't see all of my projects and instead get the following:

Error
SQL-query :  
SHOW KEYS FROM `projekte`
MySQL said:
Can't open file: 'projekte.MYD'. (errno: 145)

When I go the SQL and type: REPAIR TABLE projekte.MYD -- I get:

projekte.MYD repair error Table 'projekte.myd' doesn't exist

Sadly, I don't have any backup. Have I lost ALL my projects information? Please help! I need to have this fixed by today! Thank you.
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 1500 total points
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>projekte.MYD
do you find that file in the mysql data directory (ie in the subfolder of the database you are using)?
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by:idalisa
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how do i look in the mysql data directory? i'm using phpmyadmin2.3.2
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by:idalisa
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Additional info:

I don't know if this helps in answering my question, but when viewing my database structure under myphpadmin, the summary fields display:

Table: projekte
Action:  Browse  Select  Insert  Properties  Drop  Empty  (I cannot select "browse", "select" or "empty" option)
Records: in use
Type: in use
Size: in use
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by:idalisa
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ok - i got my projects back! i selected the file from the directory and clicked "repair". yey

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