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Table panel_sessions, MEMORY engine, bad for replication, can it be skipped?



I am replicating the froxlor db (with many other DBs) to a SLAVE mysql server that is used to make backups.

I've found an error in the SLAVE:

Could not execute Delete_rows event on table froxlor.panel_sessions; Can't find record in 'panel_sessions', Error_code: 1032; handler error HA_ERR_KEY_NOT_FOUND; the event's master log mysql-bin.000350, end_log_pos 6002396

This is probably because panel_sessions is using a HEAP/MEMORY engine and the SLAVE was rebooted.

Being a MEMORY table, I guess it's not a very important table and it is safe to skip panel_sessions from the replication to avoid such errors.

What is it used this table for? Do you think it's safe to skip replicating it?


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it holds sessions and does not need long-term storage, that's why it's HEAP/MEMORY - you can safely skip it fr replication

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