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Mysql 8.0: server restart breaks replication
Posted by: Eugene Zheganin
Date: October 18, 2018 07:57AM


at least for me after migration new installations on 8.0 it really seems like server or mysql instance restart breaks the replication: after each restart I got duplicates on the primary keys, and looking at it's content I can see that it really looks like the slave SQl thread has inserted some of the binlog data but hasn't update the pointer to it, because these duplicates are exactly the same as they should be.

This behaviour is new in 8.0, as I run several 5.6/5.7 replication setups.
How can I get rid of these ? Right now I simply delete the duplicate data and start the slave threads all over.


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