Philippe Carriere

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location Montreal, Canada
age 31
visits member for 4 years, 8 months
seen Jan 16 at 18:55
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Jun
7
awarded  Nice Question
Feb
29
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
21
awarded  Student
Mar
5
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
21
comment Out of resources for mysqldump
Strangely I'm not using InnoDB but it doesn't work without this parameter. I thought --single-transaction was only relevant with innoDB.
Jan
21
comment Out of resources for mysqldump
+1. You solution being the same as techie007 worked too but he answered first so I accept his answer. For the records, I'm not using innoDB.
Jan
21
comment Out of resources for mysqldump
--single-transaction instead of --lock-tables worked. Thanks a lot.
Jan
21
awarded  Scholar
Jan
21
accepted Out of resources for mysqldump
Jan
20
comment Out of resources for mysqldump
Informations added to the description.
Jan
20
revised Out of resources for mysqldump
Precisions
Jan
20
comment Out of resources for mysqldump
85 tables in the DB.
Jan
20
awarded  Commentator
Jan
20
comment Out of resources for mysqldump
Windows everywhere.
Jan
20
revised Out of resources for mysqldump
command; deleted 16 characters in body
Jan
20
asked Out of resources for mysqldump
Jan
15
comment 127.0.0.1 corrupted
I reinstalled the TCP/IP stack with the following command : netsh int ip reset resetlog.txt. Din't change anything (to my problem). I don't understand the last part of your answer about the 127 address bloc. However, I'm pretty sure I can't do anything about it since the network is managed my company's technician (who is pretty much clueless about my problem).
Dec
4
comment 127.0.0.1 corrupted
System Restore deactivated. Solves my dilemma.
Dec
4
comment 127.0.0.1 corrupted
I tried editing the host file 127.0.0.1 entry. I can write whatever I want there it doesn't change anything.
Dec
4
comment 127.0.0.1 corrupted
1 - Renewed ip. Nop. 3 - Tried deleting the route. It can't delete it because it can't find it... stupid MS ? 4 - Flushed the DNS. Nop. 5- Reinstalled MS adapter. Nop. Checked the host file. Same as any host file.