One more thought about this:
The tables in that DROP TABLE statement all start with "t_" which makes me think they're probably temporary tables. You could have an application or framework on your master that creates a number of temporary tables in the course of doing its work, and then cleans them up later. So it could be that no one is *deliberately* creating those tables, but some client code is creating them.
If the code is generating the table names according to some algorithm, the algorithm needs to be fixed so that it doesn't use punctuation characters.
On May 5, 2012, at 10:48 AM, Manoj Chauhan wrote:
> Hi Karwin
> Thanks for swift response. But we are not using this table `t_dbd_mysql_a`b`; and we have not tried to delete the table.
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