Row cannot be located for updating mysql server
In order to do that you’ll need a second machine/server, meaning you’ll have to sustain more costs: don’t make this stop you – an investment like that is hardly worthless: conversely, it will most likely be a substantial improvement for your system.That’s what you’ll basically gain: is when you have a 2 VPS (or hosting servers) environment/farm, each one providing an http web server (such as IIS or Apache) containing one or more web sites connected to a local My SQL server instance on the same machine.[LIMIT [offset_value] number_rows | LIMIT number_rows OFFSET offset_value] [PROCEDURE procedure_name] [INTO [ OUTFILE 'file_name' options | DUMPFILE 'file_name' | @variable1, @variable2, ...
@variable_n] [FOR UPDATE | LOCK IN SHARE MODE]; is the character to display as the ESCAPE, ENCLOSED, or TERMINATED character.
, is by far the simplest technique you can use to increase the performance and the reliability of your My SQL server installation.
If you don’t know what it is, just imagine two My SQL server instances continuosly updating each other in real-time while fullfilling their job.]]
As soon as you’re finished, edit the main config file – server-id=1 log-bin="mysql-bin" binlog-ignore-db=test binlog-ignore-db=information_schema replicate-ignore-db=test replicate-ignore-db=information_schema relay-log="mysql-relay-log" auto-increment-increment = 2 auto-increment-offset = 1 server-id=2 log-bin="mysql-bin" binlog-ignore-db=test binlog-ignore-db=information_schema replicate-ignore-db=test replicate-ignore-db=information_schema relay-log="mysql-relay-log" auto-increment-increment = 2 auto-increment-offset = 2 values.
Please notice that this configuration will replicate/mirror each and every db with the sole exception of test and information_schema.
You might also want to keep out other databases such as mysql or other ones: if that’s the case, just add those you want to exclude by adding a binlog-ignore-db and replicate-ignore-db command for each one of them.
If you’re using My ISAM engine only, you can do that either by copying the relevant tables from your My SQL /data/ folder: alternatively, you can export / import your tables using My SQL statements/commands such as those described in the official My SQL manual.
If you prefer to keep scripting to the minimum you can always use some external software who can take care of that, such as the Database Migration Tool included in the My SQL Workbench suite like shown in the above picture (read the here): Or the ultra-neat Copy Database to different Host/Database function featured by the excellent Webyog’s SQLyog, which is also one of the most spectacular My SQL GUI ever made: if you aren’t using it already, I strongly suggest you to download and install the Community Edition (multi-platform and ) from its official Git Hub repo: you’ll hardly regret that.