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From:Paul DuBois Date:August 31 2002 2:54am
Subject:Re: mysql replication protocol
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At 15:29 -0700 8/30/02, Vicky Gonzalez wrote:
>Hi,
>
>Does anyone know what protocol is used for the mysql replication 
>process? Is it TCP or something proprietary?

It *can* use TCP, but that's just the transport protocol through which
the replication information is processed.  Replication can also be
done between two servers on the same host, using a UNIX socket or (on
a Windows box) a named pipe.  The "replication protocol" itself is
MySQL-specific.

>
>Thanks!
>~Vicky

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