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Replication - sync slave table with master
Posted by: Milo
Date: April 26, 2005 11:20AM


I am using MySQL 4.1.8a on Debian Linux.

I wonder what's the best practice to sync a replicated slave table with the master table. I have a table with 8000 rows in the master table but only 7000 rows in the slave table. How can I sync the slave table? I realize the situation should not occur, but if it does... ;-)

I thought this should do it:

use <database>
load data from master;

But I get the error:

ERROR 1219 (HY000): Error running query on master: Access denied; you
need the RELOAD privilege for this operation

But in the user table I have (on both master and slave):

Select_priv: Y
Insert_priv: Y
Update_priv: Y
Delete_priv: Y
Create_priv: Y
Drop_priv: Y
Reload_priv: Y
Shutdown_priv: Y
Process_priv: Y
File_priv: Y
Grant_priv: Y
References_priv: Y
Index_priv: Y
Alter_priv: Y
Show_db_priv: Y
Super_priv: Y
Create_tmp_table_priv: Y
Lock_tables_priv: Y
Execute_priv: Y
Repl_slave_priv: Y
Repl_client_priv: Y

Best regards

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