> nobody cares if they are binary replica as long
> as the data is consistent and ident
Like I said, I'm no expert on this, but my approach seems like the only
way to 100% absolutely sure that the data on the slave is in fact
consistent and identical to the data on tha master.
> so start another slave on the machine with his own socket for
You say that like it doesn't mean a huge amount of additional work,
expense, and complexity. We currently have 240+ master MySQL instances
and are adding them at a rate of several per week.
Based on everything you've said so far, I still prefer my solution. I
just need a way to make the same thing work with InnoDB.
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