When I reinitialize subscription and generate new snapshot it locks all tables and makes the database unusable for a very long time (never waited it out). Is there anyway to do this without locking?
We created two new mysql servers running 5.5. Our old server were 5.0. The two servers are set up with master-master replication - this was the case for the two 5.0 servers which had no issues. We ...
I have a DB Server running CentOS 6.4 and MySQL 5.5 from RPMs (not source). I have dozens of databases but one of them is being hit quite hard with large selects which locks out other updates which ...
This is a very complex scenario, but I figured a state-of-the-art challenge might interest some of the many high-end users of dba.se. Problem I'm working on an intercontinental data replication ...
I need to add a last_modified column to a MyISAM table tbl_items. The crux of this problem is that tbl_items houses several gigabytes of data. Also of note, I am using a master-slave deployment with ...