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MySQL Error 1153 (08s01) – How we tackle it?

Stuck with MySQL Error 1153 (08s01)? We can help you fix it.

This error can be fixed by increasing the value of max_allowed_packet.

At Bobcares, we often get requests to fix MySQL errors, as a part of our Server Management Services.

Today, let’s see how our Support Engineers fix MySQL Error 1153 (08s01) for our customers.

Why MySQL Error 1153 (08s01) occurs?

We’ve seen many of our customers experiencing this error message. This error occurs mainly while importing a huge MySQL dump file.

Also, this results in a situation where the file cannot be imported into the system.

Today, we shall discuss in detail on this MySQL error and let’s see how our Support Engineers find a fix for this error.

 

How we fix MySQL Error 1153 (08s01)?

Recently, one of our customers approached saying that he is getting an error like the one shown below:

MySQL Error 1153 (08s01)

He mentioned that it happens while dumping a MySQL database by importing from one place and exporting the same into another.

So, our Engineers checked in detail and did the following:

1. Initially, we opened /etc/mysql/my.cnf

2. Then we searched the line with the word max_allowed_packet in /etc/mysql/my.cnf.

3. After that, we increase the value of max_allowed_packet accordingly.

4. Finally, we restarted the MySQL service using the command below

service mysql restart

This fixed the error.

 

Also, we handled a situation where the customer approached us with the same error in CentOS. Our Engineers checked in detail, and they found that the issue is with the large file size.

So, for increasing of max_allowed_packet value we did the steps as shown below:

1. First, we opened /etc/my.cnf

2. Then we entered the commands below under the [mysqld] section.

net_buffer_length=1000000
max_allowed_packet=1000000000

 

Note: When changing the value of max_allowed_packet, we should also change the buffer size on the client-side.

Then, we restarted the MySQL service.

Finally, this fixed the error.

 

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Conclusion

In short, this error occurs due to a large dump file and can be resolved by increasing the max_allowed_packet value. Also, we saw how our Support Engineers find fix for this MySQL Error in detail.


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