Troubleshooting MYSQL or MariaDB Errors from Error 1191 to 1200


MariaDB ERROR Code 1191
MySQL SQL State HY000
Can’t find FULLTEXT index matching the column list
MariaDB ERROR Code 1192
MySQL SQL State HY000
Can’t execute the given command because you have active locked tables or an active transaction
MariaDB ERROR Code 1193
MySQL SQL State HY000
Unknown system variable ‘%s’

MariaDB ERROR Code 1194
MySQL SQL State HY000
Table ‘%s’ is marked as crashed and should be repaired
MariaDB ERROR Code 1195
MySQL SQL State HY000
Table ‘%s’ is marked as crashed and last (automatic?) repair failed
MariaDB ERROR Code 1196
MySQL SQL State HY000
Some non-transactional changed tables couldn’t be rolled back

MariaDB ERROR Code 1197
MySQL SQL State HY000
Multi-statement transaction required more than ‘max_binlog_cache_size’ bytes of storage; increase this mysqld variable and try again
MariaDB ERROR Code 1198
MySQL SQL State HY000
This operation cannot be performed with a running slave; run STOP SLAVE first
MariaDB ERROR Code 1199
MySQL SQL State HY000
This operation requires a running slave; configure slave and do START SLAVE
MariaDB ERROR Code 1200
MySQL SQL State HY000
The server is not configured as slave; fix in config file or with CHANGE MASTER TO

Above are the list of shared MySQL and MariaDB Error Codes and their Description including SQL state and exact error code from Error 1191 to 1200 which performing certain operations against MySQL or MariaDB.

What are MYSQL/MariaDB Errors?

MySQL and MariaDB programs have access to several types of common error information when the server returns an error.

The MYSQL/MariaDB message displayed contains three types of information:
A numeric error code. This number is MySQL-specific and is not portable to other database systems.
A five-character SQLSTATE value. The values are specified by ANSI SQL and ODBC and are more standardized. Not all MySQL error numbers are mapped to SQLSTATE error codes.
A message string that provides a textual description of the error.
When an error occurs, you can access the MySQL error code, the SQLSTATE value, and the message string using C API functions:
MySQL error code: Call mysql_errno()
SQLSTATE value: Call mysql_sqlstate()
Error message: Call mysql_error()

Hope this was helpful.

SQLServerF1 Team
Information about MYSQL and MariaDB Error Codes and Error Messages or Warnings on Windows, Linux Operating Systems.


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