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Re: finding and restoring new data
Posted by: Umarzuki Mochlis Moktar
Date: February 22, 2017 08:14AM

mysqldbcompare seems only can check if there's object definitions dissimilarities and failed

mysqluc> mysqldbcompare --server1=root:password@192.168.132.10 --server2=root:password@192.168.132.10 --difftype=sql livedb:restore210217
# WARNING: Using a password on the command line interface can be insecure.
# server1 on 192.168.132.10: ... connected.
# server2 on 192.168.132.10: ... connected.
# Checking databases livedb on server1 and restore210217 on server2
#
# Defn Row Data
# Type Object Name Diff Count Check
# -------------------------------------------------------------------------
# TABLE moving pass pass -
# - Compare table checksum FAIL
# - Find row differences pass
# TABLE regular pass pass -
# - Compare table checksum FAIL
# - Find row differences pass
# TABLE budget FAIL ERROR: The object definitions do not match.

Execution of utility: 'mysqldbcompare --server1=root:password@192.168.132.10 --server2=root:password@192.168.132.10 --difftype=sql livedb:restore210217' ended with return code '1' but no error message was streamed to the standard error, please review the output from its execution.

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