If we repair the table(s) and start the database, it works until someone tries to access a corrupt row. Then we can repair again but then again as someone tries to access a corrupt row it crashes again.
We tried to repair it using aria_chk with every possible method/option and afterwards trying to do a mysqldump but it just crashes after reaching some row.
The error we get from mysqldump:
G:\MariaDB\bin>mysqldump greyhound items_protocols -u root > items_protocols.txt
mysqldump: Error 1030: Got error 22 "Invalid argument" from storage engine Aria when dumping table `items_protocols` at row: 38910855
We even tried to delete those rows or exclude them using a where clause with the mysqldump command.
Here the create table statement:
And our my.ini:
Any suggestions what we could try other than we already did?
Windows 2008 R2 64Bit