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From:a.smith Date:August 26 2010 1:09pm
Subject:Re: master-slave replication sync problems.
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That is really bad, you will loose changes.

You shouldnt have to do anything when rebooting either the master or  
slave. If the master is down, then the slave recieves no updates. If  
the slave is down, when it comes back up it checks the master log pos  
and plays thro any changes that are necessary to bring it up to date...




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