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From:Michael Dykman Date:September 2 2009 3:39pm
Subject:Re: mysqldump warning or actual error?
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If you look at the options for mysqldump more closely, you will see
that you can specify the version of the server which will be importing
the result file.  These cause MySQL to taylor the SQL syntax according
to the target platform.

 - michael dykman

On Wed, Sep 2, 2009 at 11:03 AM, Matt Neimeyer<matt@stripped> wrote:
> My local windows machine has mysql 5.1.33 installed on it. One of my
> Mac OSX dev servers has some 4.1 flavor of MySQL on it.
> When I try to do something like the following: mysqldump -h devserver
> -u me -p somedb > dump.sql
> I get the following:
> mysqldump: Error: 'Table 'information_schema.files' doesn't exist'
> when trying to dump tablespaces
> It looks like it creates the export fine but I've been ssh-ing into
> the dev box and doing it locally there "just in case"
> Should I be worried? Is there some option that would supress that
> (that i didn't see in mysqldump --help)? Is it truely harmless?
> Thanks
> Matt
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mysqldump warning or actual error?Matt Neimeyer2 Sep
  • Re: mysqldump warning or actual error?Michael Dykman2 Sep
  • Re: mysqldump warning or actual error?Mikhail Berman2 Sep