Strange error log issues
Posted by: Warren Prince
Date: May 09, 2019 03:56PM

I'm having difficulty with a query from a remote server. I have verified that the query appears in the general.log but the table never changes. Consequently, I went to my error log to track down the issue. This is an 18.0.15 server with log_error set to /var/lib/mysql, Log_error_verbosity = 3 and log_error_services are the default log_filter_internal and log_sink_internal.

My issue is that while /var/log/mysql/error.log exists, it is empty. There is also a /var/log/error.log.1 which is collecting data. The log contains only aborted connections. /var/log/mysql and all its contents are owned by mysql:mysql. I don't understand why:
A. the log's name is error.log.1 (could it be logrotate ?)
B. there is no information pertaining to the query that I know is failing.

FWIW, the query is: INSERT INTO `unknown_callers` (`phone_number`,`attempts`,`updated_at`) VALUES ( EnDash('<phone number is here>'), 1, now()) ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE `attempts` = `attempts` + 1, `updated_at` = now() ; EnDash is a function that formats the phone number. There is a unique index on phone_number and id is the primary key.

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