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Re: Maria-db refuses to start


Am 08.12.22 um 23:53 schrieb martin doc:
If you're concerned about database corruption then you need to start off by having multiple copies of the data available in an online state if you want to recover from corrupt data without doing a backup.

completly different topic

This is what ZFS does with RAID - detects which block is corrupt and then uses other data blocks, including parity, to rebuild the corrupt block.

completly different layers

MariaDB isn't designed for that. I'm not even sure if there is any database that's designed for that, including SQL Server (see below for more.)

the topic was "Some of us run MariaDB on file systems that do their own block checksumming, and thus run innodb_checksum_algorithm=none" where you mix two completly independent layers and now we have two morons

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