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So I try to import SQL file into rds (1G MEM, 1 CPU). The SQL file is like 1.4G

mysql -h -u user -ppass --max-allowed-packet=33554432 db < db.sql

It got stuck at:

ERROR 1227 (42000) at line 374: Access denied; you need (at least one of) the SUPER privilege(s) for this operation

The actual SQL content is:

/*!50003 CREATE*/ /*!50017 DEFINER=`another_user`@``*/ /*!50003 TRIGGER `change_log_BINS` BEFORE INSERT ON `change_log` FOR EACH ROW

IF (NEW.created_at IS NULL OR NEW.created_at = '00-00-00 00:00:00' OR NEW.created_at = '') THEN

        SET NEW.created_at = NOW();

END IF */;;

another_user does not exist in rds, so I do:

GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON db.* TO another_user@'localhost';

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Either remove the DEFINER=.. statement from your sqldump file or replace the user values with CURRENT_USER.

The MySQL server provided by RDS does not allow a DEFINER syntax for another user (in my experience).

You can use a sed script to get rid of them from the file:

sed 's/\sDEFINER=`[^`]*`@`[^`]*`//g' -i previousfile.sql

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