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Delimiter problem when restoring dump
Posted by: Joris AMATO
Date: March 06, 2014 09:14AM

Hello,

I've a big problem when trying to restore a huge dump file.
This dump is made on a debian server with MySQL 5.5.27 with the following options :
--dump-slave=1
--all-databases
--triggers
--routines

The dumpfile is about 5Go.

When I'm trying to restore this dump on another debian server with MySQL 5.5.35, I have this error message :

ERROR 1310 (42000) at line 8255: End-label DELIMITER without match

I've tried to look for a solution on google, but there is absolutely no result for this error message. It's just like my dump file contain the string "DELIMITER" as delimiter, which is not.

At this line, I have "DELIMITER ;;", so the delimiter is set to ";;".
I tried to replace this delimiter by another, but it doesn't change anything, I have the exact same error message.

So I'm begging for help, I'm desesperate, how can I restore my dump file without weird error ?

Thank you,

PS : please excuse my english, I'm french, and like many french people, I'm not so good for foreign languages...

Joris

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