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OPTION #1 Just move the binary logs aside and start mysql mv mysql-bin.* .. Then, startup mysql OPTION #2 Edit the file mysql-bin.index and remove the line that has mysql-bin.0000006 Then, startup mysql Give it a Try !!!


To prevent AMPPS from prompting password on every start/stop command: Run Terminal sudo nano /etc/sudoers Go to the bottom of the file and append these two lines (replace username with your short username, obtained by typing whoami on a new terminal window): %username ALL= NOPASSWD: /Applications/AMPPS/ %username ALL= NOPASSWD: /Applications/...


I was able to fix this issue by selecting MySQL Fabric Management Node in Connection Method dropdown. Click "Test Connection" button.

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