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From:Rich Prohaska Date:July 31 2012 3:28pm
Subject:Re: question about the innodb recovery log
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Hello,
The innodb-safe-binlog variable no longer exists, but the binlog
position is still stuffed into the innodb recovery log.  Using recent
MySQL versions, does this assist the DBA when running point in time
recovery?
Thanks

On Fri, Jul 27, 2012 at 3:27 PM, Hartmut Holzgraefe
<hartmut.holzgraefe@stripped> wrote:
>> Why does InnoDB log the binlog position in its recovery log when a
>> transaction commits?
>
> as it needs to find out whether InnoDB state and binlog position are in
> sync during recovery?
>
> See
>
> http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/server-options.html#option_mysqld_innodb-safe-binlog
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question about the innodb recovery logRich Prohaska27 Jul
  • Re: question about the innodb recovery logHartmut Holzgraefe27 Jul
    • Re: question about the innodb recovery logRich Prohaska31 Jul
      • Re: question about the innodb recovery logMARK CALLAGHAN31 Jul
      • Re: question about the innodb recovery logMats Kindahl1 Aug
  • Re: question about the innodb recovery logRich Prohaska3 Aug