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How to remove a bad GTID from GTID set?
Posted by: Van Stokes
Date: April 03, 2017 06:23AM

MySQL 5.6.35-log (community)

Also asked here: http://dba.stackexchange.com/questions/168938/mysql-remove-bad-gtid-from-gtid-set

How can I remove a incorrectly manually injected GTID from a GTID set without doing a RESET MASTER?

STOP SLAVE;
SHOW MASTER STATUS;

278bfda1-b93d-11e4-801b-14feb5d284bc:1-129116182,
69cf02cd-1731-11e3-9a19-002590854928:1-649285403:1009231661,
708bb615-d393-11e3-a682-003048c3ab22:1-1009669227,
819c985c-d384-11e3-a621-00259002979a:1-234906555,
9204e764-d379-11e3-a5d9-0013726268ea:1-360176454,
c32252c2-1ce5-11e6-8f4b-c80aa91f9ec4:1

We need to remove GTID 1009231661 from this set:

69cf02cd-1731-11e3-9a19-002590854928:1-649285403:1009231661,

Does anyone know where/how the GTID sets are stored? I read in the 5.7 documentation that the GTIDs are stored in table. But where are they stored in 5.6? I would like to shutdown the server, edit the file, remove the bad GTID, and then restart so the server can pickup and continue.

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