> * flush atbles
> * rsync while mysqld is running
> * stop mysqld
> * second rsync
Unless we can verify 100% that there is a safe way to do it without
shutting down MySQL, then I'm sure the approach you described above is
the one we will end up with. Thanks for your input.
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