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mysqldump: Error 1030: Got error 127 from storage engine when dumping table

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I am having trouble working out what is causing this issue.

We have a slave server that runs a backup each night. The backup dumps two data bases.

A few minutes into the backup we get an error as below:

mysqldump: Error 1030: Got error 127 from storage engine when dumping table

Then after looking at the slave status we see the below:


   Slave_IO_Running: Yes
          Slave_SQL_Running: No


I then manage to get the Slave_SQL_Running to a YES status and re run the backup, this then errors again and the Slave_SQL_Running goes back to a status of NO.

Any help on getting this working again would be great.

Thanks

Phil
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by:johanntagle
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Can you check the .err log file for any messages?  You may have a similar case as http://bugs.mysql.com/bug.php?id=10424, where the machine was low in memory.
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by:PhilMacavity
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Thanks for the link. On further investigation it appears that one of the tables in the database is marked as "Crashed" /I have repaired the table, started up the slave sql and am now re-running the backup.

I will post the results shortly.

Phil
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The backup now works after the suspect table has been repaired.
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Good to know.
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