My best guess would be that your slave tables have slightly different
data/structure than your master table. Try taking a fresh snapshot
from the master and trying again.
On Tue, 12 Oct 2004 10:33:24 -0700, Kenneth Lim <klim@stripped> wrote:
> Hi -
> I'm seeing these error/warning messages on my replication slave:
> [ERROR] Slave: load data infile on table 'DeviceItem' at log position
> 38844696 in log 'db1-bin.000001' produced 6 warning(s). Default database:
> I was wondering if anyone has seen similar messages.
> I have master-slave replication setup on 2 Linux boxes running
> MySQL 4.1.5-gamma. On a Windows client, I execute a script that
> contains a bunch of LOAD DATA LOCAL INFILE statements.
> The master error log does not complain. But the slave error log
> has the error/warning messages above. The data seems to be the
> same on master and slave.
> Are there special considerations for using LOAD DATA LOCAL INFILE
> statements with a replication setup?
> Kenneth Lim
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> Senvid, Inc.
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