Interesting idea. Any links to the technical details? How exactly does it replicate? What
caveats are there?
I can see a few use cases, but the most obvious would be to use a single slave as hot
standby for several masters. You could probably do load distribution of the same database
over several masters, but you'd risk the slave not being able to keep up with all the
writes, no? Would a circular setup of this work better than a regular master/master setup?
What's the layout and use case you're using this for at Opera?
----- Original Message -----
> From: "Alfie John" <alfie@stripped>
> To: replication@stripped
> Sent: Thursday, 14 July, 2011 11:06:38 AM
> Subject: [Announce] MySQL::Replication - peer-to-peer based, multi-master replication
> for MySQL
> Hi guys,
> I would like to announce MySQL::Replication to the list. It's a
> based, multi-master replication. We've been using it in production at
> work (Opera Software) for a while now and it's been fine so far :)
> You can probably skip to slide 164 for the info on what
> MySQL::Replication is
> all about.
> The video of the slide will be up on Vimeo soon. The questions
> at the end of my talk was longer than the talk itself, and might also
> help you get an understanding on what we were trying to achieve.
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