List:General Discussion« Previous MessageNext Message »
From:Paul DuBois Date:August 31 2002 1:26pm
Subject:Re: mysql replication protocol
View as plain text  
At 10:55 +0200 8/31/02, David Lloyd wrote:
>Paul,
>
>(mysql, query)
>
>>  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.
>
>I would assume, then, that if it were done over TCP/IP that one could
>setup ipsec to secure it.

Presumably, yes.

>
>Just out of interest (and hit me if it's in the manual somewhere ;-P),
>does the replication protocol offer any cryptographically secure method
>of replication if one wants it?
>
>DSL

MySQL 4 supports SSL.  The server supports master-ssl, master-ssl-key,
and master-ssl-cert options, which are analogous to the non-master
options...the server's help message does warn that this is relatively
new.  As is SSL in MySQL in general.
Thread
mysql replication protocolVicky Gonzalez31 Aug
  • Re: mysql replication protocolDavid Lloyd31 Aug
    • Re: mysql replication protocolPaul DuBois31 Aug
  • 3.23.52 hitting system loads of 25+?John Stanforth31 Aug
    • Re: 3.23.52 hitting system loads of 25+?Michael Bacarella31 Aug
      • Re: 3.23.52 hitting system loads of 25+?Jeremy Zawodny1 Sep
  • Re: 3.23.52 hitting system loads of 25+?Jeff Kilbride31 Aug
  • Re: 3.23.52 hitting system loads of 25+?John Stanforth1 Sep
  • Re: 3.23.52 hitting system loads of 25+?John Stanforth2 Sep
    • Re: 3.23.52 hitting system loads of 25+?Jeremy Zawodny2 Sep
Re: mysql replication protocolPaul DuBois31 Aug