ERROR at line 1: Unknown command '\''.
Posted by: David Yerrington
Date: January 07, 2008 02:34PM

I have an SQL file that is generated from a script that I wrote. The first few lines look like this:

REPLACE INTO album_track( `album_uid`, `track_name` ) VALUES (3457627, 'Do They Know Its Christmas?'),
(3457627, '9'),
(3457627, '68341721,69618689,69858063'),
(3457627, '149'),
(448448, 'Body And Soul'),
(448448, '10'),
... etc ...
+62,891 more entries

When I try to import from the command line I get:

ERROR at line 1: Unknown command '\''.

I've tried increasing the max allowed packet size as it seemed to be similar to a problem in a much earlier version of MySQL.. no success. Could anyone give me advice?

I am using MySQL 5.0.41 on Solaris but I get the same error on my build machine which is Debian based.


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