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Short answer: Nothing to worry about. Long answer... The size of the binlog is mostly irrelevant. (It used to be defaulted to 1G, has recently defaulted to 100M.) The binlog grows until it exceeds the configured limit. Then a new binlog is started. It is up to either expire_logs_days to purge old files or some other admin task. The binlog may grow ...


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you can use at the runtime. SET GLOBAL binlog_format = 'ROW'; or for the session SET SESSION binlog_format = 'ROW'; see the manual for more information.


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