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From:Mattia Merzi Date:April 28 2010 3:54pm
Subject:Re: Replication : request DELETE is not executed on slave
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AFAIR you can use LIMIT with replication only if you use row-based
replication (or mixed), that means that you must use mysql 5.1.

Greetings,

Mattia.


2010/4/28 Tom Worster <fsb@stripped>:
> 16.3.1.9. Replication and LIMIT
> Replication of LIMIT clauses in DELETE, UPDATE, and INSERT ... SELECT
> statements is not guaranteed, since the order of the rows affected is not
> defined. Such statements can be replicated correctly only if they also
> contain an ORDER BY clause.
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Replication : request DELETE is not executed on slaveDavid Florella28 Apr
  • Re: Replication : request DELETE is not executed on slaveKrishna Chandra Prajapati28 Apr
    • RE: Replication : request DELETE is not executed on slaveDavid Florella28 Apr
      • RE: Replication : request DELETE is not executed on slaveJerry Schwartz28 Apr
        • Re: Replication : request DELETE is not executed on slaveTom Worster28 Apr
          • Re: Replication : request DELETE is not executed on slaveMattia Merzi28 Apr
            • RE: Replication : request DELETE is not executed on slaveDavid Florella28 Apr
              • Re: Replication : request DELETE is not executed on slaveTom Worster28 Apr