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Re: Mysql NDB cluster - Big import fail
Posted by: Cesar Hernandez
Date: June 02, 2022 12:52AM

> You can work around this by creating a new
> dumpfile. You have 2 options, either remove
> extended inserts completely:
> mysqldump --extended-insert=0
> Or you can set "net_buffer_length" to control the
> size of the extended inserts:
> mysqldump --net_buffer_length=4096
> I would try to set net_buffer_length=4096 and
> re-run the import.

Already tried the two choices but no luck

> You can run a grep to see how many inserts are
> created: grep -c INSERT slabb.dump


> As Jon suggested, another options is to first
> import data into InnoDB and then run alter table
> and set engine to NDB.

I haven't tried changing the engine after the engine, but I will
> Have a good day!
> Kind Regards,
> Ted

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