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From:BAUMEISTER Alexandre Date:July 14 2001 2:51pm
Subject:Re[2]: Replication and InnoDB
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SM> It is the same. Replication works already with all table handlers,
SM> but all that remains to be solved is ROLLBACK.

  What  could  be  the  problem  is  servers  are  recording  in their
  binary log only committed transactions ?

  Why should ROLLBACK be implemented in replication ?

  If  only  committed transactions are recorded in the binary log then
  if  a  server  crashes  and  it  has  to  rollback  it's uncommitted
  transactions,  this has no impact on the replicating scheme isn't it

  Let me know if I'm wrong.


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        • Re[2]: Replication and InnoDBBAUMEISTER Alexandre14 Jul
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