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From: Moon's Father (yueliangdao0608gmail.com)
Date: Fri May 23 2008 - 21:26:44 CDT
You can manually restart the slave process.
On Wed, May 21, 2008 at 9:11 PM, Dominik Klein <dkin-telegence.net> wrote:
> Hello mysql list
> I posted this problem to the list earlier this month:
> Error reading packet from server: Out of memory (Needed 6560 bytes) (
> I was then told to upgrade to the newest version, which I did and which
> seemed to solve the problem. Today, I got this in my log:
> 080521 14:18:22 [ERROR] Error reading packet from server: Out of memory
> (Needed 2848 bytes) ( server_errno=5)
> 080521 14:18:22 [ERROR] Stopping slave I/O thread due to out-of-memory
> error from master
> Now, not only does it report an error, it also stops the slave process
> instead of auto re-starting it as it did in version 5.0.45 (which I used
> before). So all slave machines do not replicate until I manually start the
> slave again.
> What can I do about this problem?
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