For the third time in the past 2-3 weeks I've gotten the following message during an
Error 2013: Lost connection to MySQL server during query SQL Statement:
ALTER TABLE `my_database`.`my_table` ...
In this case I was changing
AUTO_INCREMENT to 55, that's it. This was necessary because we store JSON strings in
LONGTEXT fields with references to database IDs, but during the migration script it did not insert all of the rows correctly so the IDs were mismatched from what already exists out there.
AUTO_INCREMENT had to be fixed for solely a functional purpose.
The MySQL Workbench version I'm using is 220.127.116.11 build 592.
When trying to refresh my schemata, I get:
Error Code: 2013 Lost connection to MySQL server during query
When I try to recreate the table, I get this message:
Error Code: 1005. Can't create table 'my_database.my_table' (errno: -1)
It seems that the
ALTER deleted the old table definition before creating the new table definition.
How can I fix this?
The database is running on AWS RDS, so I can't change anything except what Amazon allows me to. I cannot recreate any of the previous three tables by name in my schema anymore, but only for InnoDB. If I were to try creating this table in MyISAM, it would work.
I'm using Propel for the migration script, so I did explicitly specify the id column by suppressing the autoIncrement field of the XML table tags. I didn't want to dump my tables and rerun the migration script, so I fixed the IDs manually and then attempted to change the
AUTO_INCREMENT to what it should be, when this all happened.