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Old 4th June 2012, 18:37
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The updaer does not delete values from this table, so either the database table was corrupted or someone deleted records manually or truncated the table. To fix that, edit the table "server" on the master, there you find a record for the slave server, this record has a column "updated". The value in updated is the last ID from sys_datalog that has been processed. You can set the value either to the latest ID in sys_datalog to process all future changes or you set it to a older ID of you want the slave to re-process changes from the last days.
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