On 7 Apr 2008, at 11:34, Kaushal Shriyan wrote:
> In that case so setting up Master-Master will serve my purpose of
> "if the Master goes down, the slave should take care and
> act as Master. the Master should acts as slave and reversing of this
> Am i correct.
Well, yes, but in fact you don't have to do anything at all at the
server end - they are continuously acting as both master and slave, so
all you need to do is change where your app points. You can then
rebuild/fix your other server, let it catch up with the other server's
binary logs, and you're back where you were with no down time.
> mysqldump -u root -p --opt --quick --single-transaction --master-
> data mydb > mydb.sql
> I believe the above command does a full backup of database "mydb" In
> that case whats the best usage of the mysqldump command to restore
> it in the other host
Yes. To import it you'd typically do:
mysql -u root -p < mydb.sql
or interactively using \. in the mysql client.
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