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Hello,

I am having issue trying to restore a MYSQL dump file to MYSQL Server 5.0 on a Windows 2003 RS 32bit platform.

I run the command
shell>mysql --user=user --password dbname < d:\dump\dbname.sql

It begins to run and then I receive the following error message....

ERROR 2006 <HYP000> at line 1311: MySQL Server has gone away.

I have read that the issue could be due to the max allowed packet being too small for the restore query and that it could be timing out so I added the following to my.ini file.

max_allowed_packet=2M
connect_timeout=120
wait_timeout = 1800

After the changes I restarted MYSQL service and tried the restore again but I get the same error except a different line...

ERROR 2006 <HYP000> at line 1313: MySQL Server has gone away.

Does anyone have any ideas why this is happening? The point of this excersize is to set up replication on a slave server so I am stuck right now. please help. Thanks :)
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Try this command for loading..

mysql --max_allowed_packet=1000000000 --net_buffer_length=1000000 --user=user --password dbname < d:\dump\dbname.sql

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by:vinodj181
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I was able to fix this by upping the max allowed packet to 100m. I guess if anyone every gets this they just need to keep boosting the max allowed packet until it works.

Uphastry, your command also worked. Thank you very much for that!
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Good and simple solution
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