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I've been looking for a way to fake replication from mysql to a local
BDB database. I'm not finding anything. Anybody ever come across this?
It seems like it wouldn't be too terribly difficult to read from the
relay-log and keep track of where you are. But not having written
anything like this before, I'm far from authoritative.
Any comments or suggestions?
(For reference, I'm implementing Bind-DLZ. I'm going to replicate
tables from a multi-master server to a couple of slaves running on the
nameservers. Then I want a daemon to read that relay-log and replicate
those commands into a local BDB database. The reason is for maximum
we're off on the usual strange tangents. next will be whether
it is ethical to walk in your neighbor's open house if they're
running ipv6:-). --Randy Bush
Linux kernel 2.6.22-14-generic 4 users, load average: 0.18, 0.06, 0.02
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|• Replication Question||Todd Lyons||20 Feb|