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From:Baron Schwartz Date:January 27 2008 2:47pm
Subject:Re: comapring schemas
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On Jan 27, 2008 12:56 AM, Jonathan Sion <yoni@stripped> wrote:
> Hi,
> I was wondering: is there a popular tool for MySQL to compare and sync two
> different database? I would think there would be one, since everyone who
> develops in MySQL would need one. (anyone who has more than a single
> environment, and I assume that would mean every single business that has,
> say, development and production environment) SQL Server and other databases
> got tons of such tools. could it be that no one has developed one for MySQL?
>  And if so, how do developers usually do it?

I wrote a tool that can sync data, but not schema changes.  It's part
of Maatkit.
comapring schemasJonathan Sion27 Jan
  • Re: comapring schemasBaron Schwartz27 Jan
    • RE: comapring schemasJonathan Sion27 Jan
  • Re: comapring schemasMartijn Tonies27 Jan