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LOAD DATA LOCAL INFILE after Yosemite update
Posted by: Joaquin Javier Esteban Martinez
Date: November 03, 2014 03:20AM

Hi folks!

After updating to Yosemite I retrieve a brand new error-msg when trying to import data into a mysql database from a csv file using LOAD DATA LOCAL INFILE: ERROR 2 (HY000) File ... not found (Errcode: 2 - No such file or directory).

But the file *DOES* exist. In fact, I've been doing the same process since a good moment in the same way (I update the DB by the begin of each month... I import data with LOAD DATA LOCAL INFILE, instead of using directly phpMyAdmin, because the file size exceeds the maximum allowed by php configuration). I'm doing as I always did and I didn't change any confs... except for Yosemite upgrade.

I suspect that Yosemite should handle filenames and/or paths differently (forward or backshlashes, relative paths...). I tried moving the csv file to the desktop, then using the command:
LOAD DATA LOCAL INFILE 'Desktop/2014-10-31-xperiences.csv' INTO TABLE pndnct.xperiences CHARACTER SET 'utf8' FIELDS TERMINATED BY ',' ENCLOSED BY '"' LINES TERMINATED BY '\n';
But I retrieve always the same err: File not found.

It's frustrating and I'm stack :( Anyone can help please ?


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