> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dan Nelson [mailto:dnelson@stripped]
> Sent: Friday, September 16, 2005 11:34
> To: Jeff
> Cc: mysql@stripped
> Subject: Re: Circular Replication
> In the last episode (Sep 16), Jeff said:
> > Does anyone use circular replication with MySQL 4.x? For instance:
> > A to B
> > B to A
> > I know it's possible as long as you're carefull with your client
> > applications and the way they write/update the db. Just
> wondering if
> > anyone has had success or problems with this type of situation.
> Works just fine here.
> Dan Nelson
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Am I correct in this setup process:
Server A exists
Server B to be built
Stop Server A, take snapshot, record Master info.
Start Server A
Setup server B, Install snapshot from A
Set B up as a master
Set B up as a slave to A
Set A up as a slave to B, no need for binlog file or position info as it
will start at the default 001 and pos 4
Circular replication is now running...
Did I mis anything?