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From:Mark Goodge Date:May 24 2010 12:47pm
Subject:Re: Master - master replication
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On 24/05/2010 13:40, Walter Heck wrote:
> Carl,
>
> if you want to be secure, do not use the internet to transfer your
> data. SSH, VPN and SSL can not give you the kind of security a private
> line can give you. That is a tad expensive though :)

That's true, but again that's not really answering the question which 
was asked. Plenty of sites use PCI-compliant transmission of data across 
the Internet, there's no reason why that should be an issue provided 
it's done correctly. The question here is whether MySQL natively 
supports the tools necessary to do it correctly, and if so how to 
implement them.

Mark
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Master - master replicationCarl24 May
  • Re: Master - master replicationWalter Heck24 May
  • RE: Master - master replicationMartin Gainty24 May
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    • Re: Master - master replicationJohn Daisley24 May
    • RE: Master - master replicationMartin Gainty24 May
  • Re: Master - master replicationCarl24 May
    • Re: Master - master replicationJohn Daisley24 May
    • Re: Master - master replicationPrabhat Kumar24 May
      • Re: Master - master replicationJohn Daisley24 May
  • Re: Master - master replicationCarl24 May
    • Re: Master - master replicationWalter Heck24 May
      • Re: Master - master replicationMark Goodge24 May
    • RE: Master - master replicationMartin Gainty24 May
  • Re: Master - master replicationCarl24 May
    • Re: Master - master replicationPatrick Sherrill24 May
  • Re: Master - master replicationCarl24 May