> (1) innodb?
It's an off-the-shelf application that uses MyISAM tables. It is
possible to convert to innodb, but I have not been sold on innodb in
terms of its performance characteristics for this particular
application. Maybe I've been reading the wrong stuff. Do you have
general thoughts on the differences with respect to performance?
> (2) why delete slave logs when you can
> restart the slave with --skip-slave and
> then use CHANGE MASTER TO?
Well... I guess mainly because I didn't know about that option! I
thought I needed to "fake out" mysql on this, but it sounds like I can
just do 'flush tables with read lock;reset master;' on the master and
'change master to...;' on the slave. So cool. Thanks for the input!
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