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From:Jack Baty Date:March 17 2006 8:49pm
Subject:Unknown command '\'' during load
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I'm trying to restore a database from a dump as part of my
make-sure-this-will-restore-just-in-case process and I get the
following error...

ERROR at line 1189: Unknown command '\''.

The only thing I've been able to find is this bug report...

http://bugs.mysql.com/bug.php?id=9756

...which claims that this (or something similar) was fixed in 5.0.6.
I'm running 5.0.18 on OS X here and the dump is from a Debian box
running 4.0.15. (I've also tried loading the dump on a box running
4.0.x with the same result)

The table in question has just over 25 million rows, so it would be
nice to be able to restore it if necessary :)

I'm just trying to figure out if it's a data problem, version problem,
or something else.


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Jack Baty
Fusionary Media - http://www.fusionary.com
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Unknown command '\'' during loadJack Baty17 Mar
  • Re: Unknown command '\'' during loadsheeri kritzer23 Mar
    • Re: Unknown command '\'' during loadJack Baty23 Mar
      • Re: Unknown command '\'' during loadSGreen23 Mar
        • Re: Unknown command '\'' during loadJack Baty23 Mar