Look for the PURGE command.
Check you're my.cnf for 'bin' and 'relay'.
Look at the file relay*x -- one of them should have a list of current
relay log(s). Any relay logs older than that can be simpled rm'd.
(If you are running Windows, some of the above needs transliterating.)
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Database System [mailto:database100@stripped]
> Sent: Wednesday, June 03, 2009 6:08 AM
> To: replication@stripped
> Subject: How to purge relay-bin file
> There are many relay files on master server, don't know why.
> There is no setup for that in my.ini file. If I just simply
> delete those files, it won't match the content of relay-index
> file. How to purge those?
> If I simply delete all relay files and relay-index file, when
> I need this server as slave (one of master to master), can I
> just use change master to command, then will all relay files
> and relay index automatically generated again?
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