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From:Todd Lyons Date:February 20 2008 10:39pm
Subject:Replication Question
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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
speed.)
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