I have two MySQL servers in replication (master -> slave).

I updated them with apt-get upgrade. It runs well on both except the I get some replication errors on slave now.

Last_Errno: 1005 Last_Error: Error 'Can't create table performance_schema.cond_instances

(errno: 131 "Command not supported by database")' on query.

Default database: 'mysql'.

Query: 'CREATE TABLE performance_schema.cond_instances(NAME VARCHAR(128) not null,OBJECT_INSTANCE_BEGIN BIGINT not null)ENGINE=PERFORMANCE_SCHEMA'

Server versions are as below:

Server type: MySQL
Server version: 5.5.62-0+deb8u1-log - (Debian)

Server type: MariaDB
Server version: 10.1.26-MariaDB-0+deb9u1 - Debian 9.1
  • You dont have two different versions, but you have two different RDBMS products in the replication. I have serious doubts that you can replicate from a MySQL server to MariaDB – Madhur Bhaiya Sep 18 '19 at 8:09
  • Yes I had the same thought :( – Charles Sep 19 '19 at 9:53

First, you need to make sure MySQL slave user is active and has the needed permission then check if MySQL OS user on the slave machine has the needed access.

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I solve it by ignoring all the queries related to the table performance_schema.

Actually I think the issue was that a mysql_upgrade was missing. I found other issue a few request later which I solved by running mysql_upgrade on the slave.

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