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From:Paul DuBois Date:March 14 2003 6:19pm
Subject:Re: replication on single server
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At 10:49 +0100 3/14/03, Brandl, Thomas wrote:
>  > Hey everybody,
>>  I want to replicate several tables from one database to all other
>>  databases on the same machine, so to say a table-level-replication
>>  Simply said, imagine this scenario:
>>  A MySQL server with about 10 databases: A and 1 to 9.
>>  Database A contains a 'special' table that is supposed to be
>>  replicated to all other databases on the same machine, so it is kinda
>>  like the master database. The table has the same name on every
>>  database.
>>  Is such a thing possible and if yes, how?
>>  Thanks very much for your help!
>  > Thomas

I don't understand why you'd bother.  Put it in one database and grant
everybody permission to access it.  Wouldn't that accomplish the same
thing, without all the headache of trying to copy it everywhere?

Paul DuBois, paul@stripped
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