MySQL 8.0 Reference Manual Including MySQL NDB Cluster 8.0

B.3.3 Global Error Message Reference

This section lists global error messages that are shared in the sense that they can be produced by the MySQL server or by MySQL client programs. These errors have error codes in the range from 1 to 999.

Each global error message includes an error code, SQLSTATE value, and message string, as described in Section B.1, “Error Message Sources and Components”. These components are available as described in Section B.2, “Error Information Interfaces”. For global errors, the SQLSTATE value is always 'HY000' (general error), so it is not meaningful for distinguishing one client error from another.

If the server writes a message to the error log that has a global error code, it pads the error code with leading zeros to six digits and adds a prefix of MY- (example: MY-000022). The following list displays error codes in that format.

If a client returns a message with a global error code, it adds no zero-padding or prefix to the error code.