Please change the directive to one of the following:
No need to do mysql. Why? Doing
REVOKE commands will bypass
replicate_wild_ignore_table=mysql.% because the SQL does not explicitly mention mysql schema tables.
This will get by
GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON *.* to rolando@locahost;
This will get caught by
INSERT INTO mysql.user VALUES (...);
If you want to keep
replicate_wild_ignore_table=mysql.%, I suggest the following:
SET sql_log_bin = 0; INSERT INTO mysql.user VALUES (...);
This will prevent the SQL from being recorded in the master's binary logs. Consequently, all SQL executed in the DB Session after
SET sql_log_bin = 0; will not replicate.
As far as the information_schema database, mysqld uses it to monitor database metadata. Each is unique to the MySQL instance. They never replicate intrinsically because you have the option to keep different table on Master and Slave. If the
information_schema was replicated, then creating replication schemes such as
would be impossible for Slaves to handle.
should be all you need. Notwithstanding, make sure any SQL that prepends phpmyadmin to all it table names may still slide by if the default database is not