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mysql variable type changing automatically

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hi
i have changed a variable type from into 10 to varchar
but after few days i find it changed back to int10 without anyone intervention

other variables type in the same table which i did the change before or as it is ..
my Q here is
1.did mysql change it automatically..?any bug doing it or any of my code is doing i out?
2.is there a log to find when it changed or did the change at what time and date?
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by:K V
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well mysql won't change it like this !!
Btw
- do anyone other than you have access to it?
- what operations you do with table? Do you load some dumps or restore from somewhere?

You can check binary logs to see if there is any alter table syntaxes logged!
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by:darien_software
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thanks for reply
can u tell how to check,retrieve binary log file..i am not that kinda dba
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Execute below queries on mysql prompt:
show global variables like 'log%bin';
show global variables like 'datadir';

If 1st returns ON, that means you've binary logs enabled. goto your data-directory at path specified by above query.
on system prompt execute:
mysqlbinlog binlogfilename > tempfile.txt

Read more: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/binary-log.html
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by:darien_software
ID: 37799533
I want little more help.

I am trying to set the binary logging by making changes to my.cnf file as follows

log_bin=mysql_bin
server_id=10

After that I have restarted the server and I have executed the following command.

show global variables like 'log%bin';

But the out put is OFF.

Then how to start the binary logging.
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by:K V
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Check above links for variable names.  [http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/replication-options-binary-log.html]
use log-bin.
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by:darien_software
ID: 37815586
Now the binary logging is enabled.
But I am unable to view the content of the binary file using the mysqlbinlog utility.

The name of the binary log file is mysql-bin.000001

when I am running the mysqlbinlog utility to view the content of the binary log file. It is throwing sql syntax error. I am not finding any solution.

I am using it following way.

mysqlbinlog mysql-bin.000001; -----not working.

mysqlbinlog mysql-bin.000001 > a.txt;

both are not working  and giving the error as follows

ERROR 1064(42000) : you have an error in sql syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your mysql server version for the right syntax to use near
mysqlbinlog mysql-bin.000001.
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