I'd actually considered such, but I was hoping for it to already be present. I'm
currently on a
tight deadline to finish a project I'm working on so devoting time to getting 'mysqldump'
stable enough to then propagate across corporate servers in such a short period is not
As far as your comment regarding replication vs syncing, I have noticed the same thing.
it really blows my mind that so few people are interested in two-way syncing (e.g. I'll
you mine and you give me yours). This seems to be a necessity, and the very foundation
many corporate applications, yet it also apears that most are aparently proprietary.
Anyway, thanks again for your input.
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Date: Thu, 16 Feb 2006 15:31:04 -0500
>My suggestion: Modify the source of mysqldump yourself.
>After all, it is open source. Make sure you adhere to any and all
>licensing requirements and copyright notices and you will keep yourself
>out of any legal trouble.
>For the vast majority of users, replication is a better solution than what
>you propose so the changes you propose haven't been discussed at all. If
>others would like to have your changes, perhaps you would consider
>synching your mods with the main development tree and releasing them to
>Unimin Corporation - Spruce Pine