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This query may assist in your search for locking and blocking ids. # IS-tx-wait-block-qrys.sql to help research BUSY systems Last Updated 20191227 wh # if this helps you, please email SHAREABLE comments to info@mysqlservertuning.com # From article at # https://aws.amazon.com/premiumsupport/knowledge-center/rds-mysql-server-activity/ # 20191227 tested on ...


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The error is related to the difference between Innodb definition and the frm file definition. It probably occurred because of a crash during an ALTER TABLE or similar statement at some point. To restore the consistency an ALTER TABLE wtb_device_auths FORCE will recreate the table (while exclusively locking it). This recreation should make both the innodb ...


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I've experienced the exact same issue before. Please make the following changes to rectify "Seconds_Behind_Master" increasing once slave has started. Firstly check the "trx" value on slave server show variables like '%trx%'; if the value of "innodb_flush_log_at_trx_commit" is "1" as below Variable_name | Value | ...


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You need to embrace the filepath in quotes. This works for me (tested on MariaDB 10.4, but should work on older versions as well): DELIMITER // CREATE PROCEDURE test(filepath text, _query text) BEGIN DECLARE stmt TEXT; SET stmt := CONCAT(_query, ' into OUTFILE \'' , filepath, '\''); PREPARE s FROM stmt; EXECUTE s; DEALLOCATE PREPARE s; END // ...


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Issue fixed. I found mysql tables (db & user) columns available in 5.7. So i copy these tables from 8.0 to 5.7. And copy data only for available columns in tables db & user of mysql schema. Now its working fine.


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