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Old 02-16-2012, 06:52 PM   #1
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mysqldump restore enable keys shows 'Field List', what is this?

I am in the process of restoring a table from mysql dump. It has finished all the inserts. It is aroudn 2 million rows, size of the MYD is aroudn 1.7G and MYI is 599mb.

it is now enable keys, and has been doing so for the last few hours.

I am thinking is this is stuck or something? what does the state 'Field List' mean.

And how much longer can expect this to go on?
Query      | 16466 | Repair with keycache    | /*!40000 ALTER TABLE `calls` ENABLE KEYS */ |
 Field List | 13426 | Waiting for table


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