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Ignoring errors during MySQL import

Created On: 01 May, 2018: 11:48:59 - Tags : command line tools | database management


While importing large database backups we may come across errors such as duplicate indexes. It would be useful to ignore such minor errors. The mysql command provides the --force switch which allows us to ignore the errors. For example:

sudo mysql -u {mysql_user} -p --force < {sql_file}

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