Problems with MySQL and SNORT after Reboot
mattias.bjork at sydnet.net
Fri Dec 31 16:50:17 PST 2004
Thanks for the fast response.
I did run "REPAIR TABLE event" from phpmyadmin and there where no
problems with that. No Error here.
But when I point my browser to my snort page and select the timeframe
for the alerts to all I get the error message after a few seconds:
Warning: mysql_query(): Unable to save result set in
/usr/local/www/snortreport/DB_mysql.php on line 38
Got error 127 from table handler
However if i select a day as a time frame it works and I can select up
to forteen days. If i select thirty days or every thing logged I get the
From phpmyadmin if I select the database named "snort" and I click on
the table "event" i get an warning/error message that are as following:
"More than one INDEX key was created for column `timestamp`"
Is that anything serious?
So I hope I have described enought to make any conclutions about this. I
have also restared both mysql and snort but that does not help either.
Thanks in advance and a happy new year!
<You need to login to mysql command prompt and do a REPAIR TABLE event; <in
<that database, and it will clear it right up.
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<On Fri, 31 Dec 2004, [ISO-8859-1] Mattias Björk wrote:
> Dear list,
> After a power failure and my computers went down, I have been starting
> to get error messages in sys log and on the console:
> Dec 28 19:50:52 setiathome snort: database: mysql_error: Can't open
> file: 'event.MYI'. (errno: 145) SQL=INSERT INTO event
> (sid,cid,signature,timestamp) VALUES ('1', '10', '4', '2004-12-28
> Im not an expert on SQL and database servers etc and have followed this
> guide to make snort work with MySQL:
> I didn't find that too hard and it worked when I did it some months ago.
> But now after the reboot/restart of the system, the fault that I
> described abow have arised. I have had similar power failures before and
> that did not create this problem.
> And I have checked in /var/db/mysql/snort after the file event.MYI and
> its there:
> setiathome/var/db/mysql/snort# ls -l event.* 9:35PM
> -rw-rw---- 1 mysql mysql 560343 Dec 28 13:27 event.MYD
> -rw-rw---- 1 mysql mysql 1786880 Dec 28 16:38 event.MYI
> -rw-rw---- 1 mysql mysql 8642 Nov 13 18:29 event.frm
> So Im clueless to what could be causing the problem that I have. Perhaps
> its the wrong list to send this mail. But I thought that its the closest
> that I could think off.
> Best regards Mattias Björk
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Best regards Mattias Björk
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