MySQL replication can stop if slave fails to execute SQL statement from the binary log. From that moment, slave prints last error and waits for replication recovery. If master has consistent snapshot, then is only necessary to re-point slave to the new master position. It can be done with change master to or sql_slave_skip_counter.
Welcome to Tip #1 in MySQL Replication Series. In this tip we will go over what to do when you only want to replicate certain data to slaves. Most general way to tell what is replicated to which slave is to include following configuration directive in my.cnf file depending on your environment and your goals. We will start with slave server side options since you have more flexibility on slave on what to replicate and what not to.
When you do a SHOW SLAVE STATUSG and you see errors you need to resolve them. One way is to simply skip the offending statement.
SET GLOBAL SQL_SLAVE_SKIP_COUNTER=1;
Repeat as desired.