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From:Carl Kabbe Date:July 25 2012 6:34pm
Subject:Re: Strange Replication Behavior
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I believe the master.info and relay-log.info are only on the slaves and are specific to
each slave (as each slave could be at a different point in the bin-log.)

Thanks,

Carl
On Jul 25, 2012, at 2:22 PM, Richard Reina wrote:

> I am trying to setup a new slave server and when I go to the master to
> copy over master master.info and relay-log.info they seem to be
> missing? Not in /var/lib/mysql  and could not find it with #: find /
> -name master.info
> The master server has been setup for years and already has three
> slaves replicating from it so I cannot understand how this is
> possible.  When I do the query > show master status
> 
> I get mysql_master_log.000123 | 755522343
> 
> Anyone have any idea as to what could be wrong?
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Richard
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Strange Replication BehaviorRichard Reina25 Jul
  • Re: Strange Replication BehaviorCarl Kabbe25 Jul
    • RE: Strange Replication BehaviorRick James2 Aug