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I have two MySQL Databases:

  1. On a local machine (connected to internet via a static IP)
  2. My SQL database on my webserver (JustHost, which I can access remotely)

I want a replicate my local database to the online one. AFAIK I cannot modify the configuration files of the database. So is there any way to set up replication between these two, or is there any way to accomplish my requirement?

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You can use Tungsten for this, but only master->slave replication. Set up your local machine as a master, and connect tungsten to it. It will then run the statements as a normal client on the remote machine.

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