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Have added the directive in my.cnf


Both the binlog and index files are created, but seems the binlog file remain unchanged even I massively insert data into the db.

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This may be a wild guess, but it sounds like this is either a secondary master or slave host? Add the following line to your my.cnf and restart mysqld:

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One possibility might be that if you are inserting into a transactional table but have not committed the data yet with a COMMIT statement all those inserts would be cached.

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