Hoping for some help.
Mysql is configured for 64mb max_allowed_packet size.
Getting this error when using mysqldump to export:
mysqldump: Error 2020: Got packet bigger than 'max_allowed_packet' bytes when dumping table `plugindata` at row: 21
Row 21 in plugindata table is com.atlassian.upm.plugin-license-storage-plugin
First noted when trying to import the dump into new/clone instance. Max allowed packet bumped up to 2048M and still error persists.
Configuration of MySql and mysqldump is different (if you mean
You have a two solution:
--max_allowed_packet=64M}} to your
[mysqldump]section of your
Thanks for your suggestions, but as I mentioned in the OP, max_allowed_packet has already been increased. I use 512m while taking the mysqldump and 512/1024/2048 in the import statement on the new server. The my.cnf is configured (on both source and dest server) with 64mb. Error persists.
@email@example.com 's instructions work for me. Please see below
[kvu@myserver mysqldump_files]$ mysqldump -uroot -p confluence > mysqldump-2016-05-24-18-32.sql Enter password: mysqldump: Error 2020: Got packet bigger than 'max_allowed_packet' bytes when dumping table `PLUGINDATA` at row: 47 [kvu@myserver mysqldump_files]$ vi /etc/my.cnf [kvu@myserver mysqldump_files]$ [kvu@myserver mysqldump_files]$ mysqldump --max_allowed_packet=256M -uroot -p confluence > mysqldump-2016-05-24-18-32.sql
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