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From:(Hal Date:August 15 2011 1:06pm
Subject:Re: hand replication
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>>>> 2011/08/10 08:16 +0200, Johan De Meersman >>>>
Yes, the MySQL binary log can be read (and thus, re-executed) by the mysqlbinlog utility.
Yes, but what is the best means of picking up the changes from the instance where there
were changes to the instance that is a copy? Is it best to copy the log and that so use
"msqlbinlog"? Or is it better so to use "msqlbinlog" that it makes SQL statements that I
copy to the other instance?

No TCP/IP here, only a flash drive.

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