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Re: InnoDB recovery doesn't work


Are you using lvm 2 and is the mount read/write?

On Wed, Sep 8, 2010 at 9:45 AM, Yves Goergen <yves@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 08.09.2010 10:50 CE(S)T, Lenz Grimmer wrote:
>> Error number 13 is the classic "permission denied". It seems as if the
>> permissions/ownerships of the files in the snapshot don't agree with the user
>> ID the recovery instance is using. Can you verify that the "real" MySQL Server
>> and the recovery instance are using the same user ID? I assume that the
>> recovery server changes to a different user ID that what is defined for the
>> main server.
> My MySQL server is running as the user "mysql" (says 'ps'). I don't know
> to what user the server switches when invoked through mylvmbackup. Is
> that a different one? mylvmbackup is started as root, because obviously
> it could not create snapshots as another user.
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