Steve Buehler <steve@stripped> wrote on 03/11/2005 10:10:57 AM:
> At 02:35 AM 3/11/2005, you wrote:
> >You can simply specify the database:
> Stupid/Not so Stupid question here. What mysql program has that option?
> searched mysql.com and couldn't find it. I have looked at the man pages
> for mysql, mysqld, mysqladmin and mysqldump and didn't see it as an
> to any of them. I also googled for --replicate-do-db and
> (incase you misspelled it). Still nothing. Can you give me/us a hint?
It seems that you did everything EXCEPT rtfm. Here is the beginning of the
chapter on replication:
Here is the page in that chapter that describes not just --replicate-do-db
but all of the other replication options, too:
What performs the replication is the MySQL server. Insert the option(s)
you want into the correct section (usually it's [mysqld] but can be
different under some circumstances) of your my.cnf file (my.ini for
windows) for your server.
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