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From:Christian Mack Date:September 9 1999 5:17pm
Subject:Re: Maintaining 2 mySQL DBs with the same info
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B B wrote:
> Maintaining 2 mySQL DBs with the same info
> I am trying to maintain a nonnative DB on my computer (WIN98), and a live DB
> on a Linux server. They are both running mySQL and should have the same
> information. In short I will update the info on my computer's DB and test it
> to see if everything is going OK. If everything seems cool, then I will
> update the Linux's DB with the new information that was inserted.
> For all of you experts out there, what do you suggest? The Linux mySQL DB is
> running on localhost, and I can't talk to it from my PC. Other than that I
> don't want to use a program like MyAdmin and sort of cut and paste the new
> information not because it is a tedious process but because we are using a
> shared system and I don't want people to read the password info.
> Any suggestion, comments.. etc? Thanks
> TooB

Hi TooB

I would turn on the update log on your Win98 mysql DBMS.
Then update the infos and test them locally.
When it works, then I would use this update log, to update the Linux DB.


PS: Sorry for the late answer, I was really busy.

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