You can setup a circular replication stream. Make sure that the
replicated data gets written to the output binlogs. From the
`log-slave-updates' Tells the slave to log the updates from the
slave thread to the binary log. Off by default.
You will need to turn it on if you plan to
daisy-chain the slaves.
Chuck Gadd wrote:
> rubn ruvalcaba wrote:
>> I want to know how could solve the next replication scenario:
>> I have a master.
>> I have 5 slaves.
>> At start the slaves has a master snapshot.
>> Now imagine slave 1, inserts a record. When it gets connected to the
>> lan, it must replicate it's changes to the master.
> No, a slave receives changes that occur at the master. That's
> why it's a slave.
> I suspect you want each machine to be a Master and a slave.
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