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11 October 2011 at 9:19am
We have just set up a site that replicates to a different server every hour or so. And now we have this error:
SLAVE FAILURE: Last_SQL_Error: Error 'Duplicate entry '139895' for key 'PRIMARY'' on query. Default database: 'SS_mysite'. Query: 'INSERT INTO "SiteTree_ImageTracking" ("SiteTreeID","FileID" , "FieldName") VALUES (103, 198 , 'Content')'
Both the master and slave versions of the site still work fine on the front-end, but the replication won't work with this error occurring.
The table name and nature of this error seems to suggest that website visitor activity is saving to the slave database in the form of tracking information - is this correct?
Is there a safe and easy way to turn off this tracking? Or is there some other way around this?
Thanks in advance.
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