Server frequently encounters "InnoDB: Tablespace size stored in header is NNN pages, but the sum of data file sizes is only NNN pages" issue after unclean shutdown / crash with difference of 64 pages
Last updated on MARCH 16, 2017
Applies to:MySQL Server - Version 4.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
You encounter the following InnoDB error frequently after server crashes/restarts, and are probably using the XFS filesystem or something other than ext3 / ext4. The difference in size is 64 (1MB total, with 16KB pages).
This message can be caused by other issues, including corruption or misconfiguration, for the general case please see the following document:
Error: tablespace size stored in header is ... (Doc ID 1582825.1)
This issue is most likely to occur if you are frequently adding data causing your data files to automatically expand. This gives a higher chance that the server crashes during such an expansion.
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