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Restoring From Sql File Gives Error Code 5: Out Of Memory Error

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#1 dbachacha



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Posted 07 December 2011 - 04:04 AM


I am trying to restore data from a backup taken with the following configuration on WIndows 2008 64 bit server:

1. CHUNK SIZE: 1000000
3. BULK SIZE not specified - default is 1000M for max_packet_Size and net length is 16M on the database server.

The server where I am trying to restore the data from the sql file is running on 32 bit Windows 2008 and also has max_packet_size = 1000M and 16M as the net buffer length.

Any help is appreciated.


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Posted 07 December 2011 - 07:22 AM


Can you please tell your MySQL version(SELECT VERSION()), SQLyog version(Help->About) and connection method(Direct/HTTP/SSH)?
Attach the screenshot of the program window when you get the error. Also, attach the MySQL configuration file (my.ini/my.cnf). You can also create a support ticket by mailing us to support@webyog.com.

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Posted 07 December 2011 - 11:43 AM

Try to specify a BULK size. It is the client that runs out of memory - not the server.

Refer: http://www.webyog.co...-and-bulks.html

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