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    Synchronization of MySQL databases often end with a warning and error code 5, exit code 2. For example:

    2016-04-05T20:50:58, 00000725, D, System Command, Warning during interface with database sync for id’freepbx-mysql’. Result code ‘0’; Error code ‘5’; Exit code ‘2’.

    What does this mean?

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    Error code 5 reflects a non-descript exit condition and is harmless.

    In versions of HAAst prior to 2017 a warning with exit code 2 (in the case of MySQL database/table synchronization) means that differences were found between the source and destination tables but they were successfully synchronized. Other exit codes in this context are 0 (success, no differences), 1 (error condition), and 3 (combination of 1 and 2)

    In version of HAAst from Jan 2017 onwards exit code 0 always means success (even if differences were found and then synced successfully).

    No action is required; this is a normal exit code and indicates synchronization is working. We have notified the author of the library we use in the hope of a more appropriate exit code.

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