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From:Paul DuBois Date:August 13 2002 6:34pm
Subject:RE: Replication Question
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At 11:28 -0700 8/13/02, Vicky Gonzalez wrote:
>From: Paul DuBois on August 13, 2002 11:13 AM wrote in response:
>At 11:10 -0700 8/13/02, Vicky Gonzalez wrote:
>>Hi all,
>>I am a newbie here. I was hoping someone would be able to tell me if
>>hostnames for the Linux OS is required for MySql Replication, and if
>>so why? I have been combing the manual and archives, but had no luck
>>in finding this answer.
>>>When the slave server connects to the master server to get updates, it needs
>to know what host the master server is running on. >>
>Would the IPs alone be sufficient in allowing the slave server to 
>get the needed update from the master server? How does the slave 
>query the master for the information?

It can use any connection that MySQL supports: TCP/IP, UNIX socket file,
named pipe on NT.

>>>But what do you mean by "hostnames for the Linux OS"?  Operating systems
>don't have hostnames.>>
>You are correct, I should have been more clear and specified I 
>wanted to only use IPs and not server hostnames for the MySQL 
>Replication setup/feature.

That shouldn't be a problem.  When you use a hostname, it gets mapped to
an IP number anyway when the connection is established.

>Thank you for the prompt response.

Replication QuestionVicky Gonzalez13 Aug
Re: Replication QuestionPaul DuBois13 Aug
RE: Replication QuestionVicky Gonzalez13 Aug
RE: Replication QuestionPaul DuBois13 Aug