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From:Stewart Smith Date:June 30 2006 5:31am
Subject:Re: cluster replication in 4.1.16
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On Mon, 2006-06-26 at 12:55 -0700, Yong Lee wrote:
> We currently have a 2 node cluster database (2 hosts with a ndbd and sql
> node on each) setup and I want to do some realtime backups of the database
> by using the replication feature.  I was wondering if there was a way to
> capture the cluster updates on a single slave, eg:

Why not use the consistent online backup already in Cluster?

ndb_mgm -e 'start backup'

is the thing that does it.
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