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You can use replace into flag (--replace) and where condition (--where) while also omitting the create statement (-t): mysqldump -t --replace --where="id between 901 and 1000" my_db1 table my_table


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Under MySQL 5.7, ROW_FORMAT=FIXED is no longer an option for the InnoDB Storage Engine. According to the MySQL 5.7 Documentation for innodb_default_row_format, these are values you can use for the table's row format: DYNAMIC, COMPACT, and REDUNDANT are allowed as default values COMPRESSED is not allowed to a default value, but you can explicitly use ...



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