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From:Karam Chand Date:November 10 2003 9:06am
Subject:Re: Data sincronization
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Try SQLyog at http://www.webyog.com. It has a very
good schedulable Data Sync Tool.

--- Roger Baklund <roger@stripped> wrote:
> * Andreas
> [...]
> > On the other hand one could use intervals for key
> assignment.
> > Every time a server runs out of keys it throws a
> warning at the admin
> > and rejects further inserts until it gets a new
> key interval.
> > It's a way to go at least with a low number of
> servers.
> 
> Maybe even give a warning some time _before_ you run
> out of keys...? ;)
> 
> You should never run out of keys. Every time you
> sync, you also check if
> there are many keys left to use... if you sync once
> a day, as soon as you
> have less than 10 times the expected daily usage of
> keys left to use, you
> request a new set of keys.
> 
> You still would have to handle duplicates.
> 
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> Roger
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