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From:Juan Eduardo Moreno Date:February 13 2007 11:27am
Subject:Re: 2 ways replication
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Dear all,


We can view interesting tipic into :  http://www.onlamp.com/lpt/a/6549


Regards,
Juan Eduardo


On 2/12/07, Atle Veka <atlev@stripped> wrote:
>
> 2 way replication, also referred to as dual master replication, has been
> available for quite some time. However implementation can be tricky. Look
> for the "Dual master" section in chapter 7 of the High Performance MySQL
> book:
>         http://dev.mysql.com/books/hpmysql-excerpts/ch07.html
>
> If you need more than 2 masters, then all bets are off..
>
>
> Atle
>
>
> On Mon, 12 Feb 2007, Rilawich Ango wrote:
>
> > Hi all,
> >
> >   I know it is an old question and I have read from the mysql website
> > about the topic.  Until now, mysql still doesn't support 2 ways
> > replication, quoted from mysql website.  As I have multiple location
> > and each location will have a DB.  Most of all need to read and write
> > to the database.
> >
> >   In my case, 2 ways replication is the most direct way to do it.  Any
> > other solution is suitable for me to implement if 2 ways replication
> > is not a good way?  Anyone has successfully implement 2 ways
> > replication?  Any suggestion?
> >
> > 1PC-read/update-DB(a)  <--- 2 ways replication --> DB(b)-read/update-PC2
> >
> > ango
> >
> >
>
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Thread
2 ways replicationRilawich Ango12 Feb
  • Re: 2 ways replicationAtle Veka13 Feb
    • Re: 2 ways replicationJuan Eduardo Moreno13 Feb
      • Re: 2 ways replicationRilawich Ango14 Feb
        • Re: 2 ways replicationRilawich Ango16 Feb
  • Re: 2 ways replicationCory Robin13 Feb