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As solution too you can remove mysql-bin.index file.


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You need them all. Or at least any that contain the "point in time" that you need, plus all that come after that file. When one binlog gets "full" (according to a setting), it stops being written to, and another one starts. FLUSH LOGS also stops the writing to one binlog and starts another. Presumably, your full backlog does such. That becomes the point ...


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