Replication is the process of sharing any level of information so as to ensure consistency between redundant hardware/software resources to improve reliability, fault-tolerance, and accessibility

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Reformatting master MySQL server and temporary solution

We have MySQL master and replication servers both running on different machines. We have noticed some system files showing integrity issues in the master machine. Temporarily we would like to make the ...
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Safely promoting master to slave

Previously I've asked the similar question MySql Switching Masters During Failover with log-slave-updates. Let's say this is our current replication In addition, I have few application servers. ...
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Clarification about master slave configuration in mysql

We are planning to migrate an existing MySQL database to a new server using the MySQL replication master slave procedure. Unfortunately this will take a lot of time so we were thinking of doing a ...
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How not to distribute reads in pgpool

I want to use pgpool to replicate one database to another. I want to do my processing on my master database (reads/writes/inserts/deletes), replicate that database to another database as it is ...
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Mysql database replication on different vlan/subnet/another site

Saw the posts for "MySQL high availability, failover and replication with Latency" Is it possible to work it in a DR site when its not in the same vlan?
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Deleting bin logs in replication environment

I have a question about deleting binary logs in the replication environment: We have an environment with 1 master and 2 slaves (running mysql 5.5). Sometimes, we run into a space issues during heavy ...
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Default Constraints with Merge Replication

I am using merge replication in SQL 2012. Why can't you mark default constraints as NOT FOR REPLICATION? You can disable all default constraints for a merge article, but it is all or nothing so it ...
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mysql “Unsafe statement”

I get a lot of following messages Unsafe statement written to the binary log using statement format since BINLOG_FORMAT = STATEMENT. Statement is unsafe because it accesses a non-transactional table ...
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Best solution for cross-datacenter MySQL master-slave replication

We are working on a new system architecture for our company. We have a HPC, which runs in our own data-center and we are planning our front-end and a fallback system on Amazon Web Service. System ...
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SQL Server considerations when backing up / restoring a database that uses replication

In the event that I need to restore a database involved in replication, what considerations to I need to keep in mind? Do I need to keep backups of both the publisher and the subscriber? Can I ...
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How to use MySQL Server 5.6 for GeoIP replication?

I have downloaded the new MySQL Community Server 5.6 and I dont quite understand how to use it properly for GeoIP based replication across 20 nodes. I want to have one central node, then three smaller ...
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MySQL proxy and SHOW PROCESSLIST query time

I have MySQL replication currently occurring between two masters bidirectionally, one in a data center locally, another over at Amazon EC2. Everything seems to function normally replication wise, no ...
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PostgreSQL hot standby promotion, multiple hot standbys

I'm trying to work out failover and disaster recovery procedures for a cluster of three servers. Streaming replication is being used with a high wal_keep_segments, no log shipping is happening. I need ...
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Can I have an InnoDB master and MyISAM slaves with Full-Text for searching?

I'd like to use InnoDB on the master, for its transactional ability, but MyISAM on the slaves for the full-text search ability. Is this possible?
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SQL Replication Commands

I'm trying to figure out how i can get the number of commands over the last day for a sql server replication. Transactional / Snapshot / Merge. I really want to be able to calculate the average ...
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Why Regenerate Snapshots For Merge Replication

I am in the process of implementing merge replication in SQL 2012 with web sync. I am wondering two things, Why is it suggested to regenerate the snapshots every 14 days by default? With web sync ...
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In SQL Server Replication, at what point is it recommended that one separate the distributor?

Is there a general rule of thumb for when it becomes good practice to assign distribution responsibilities to a separate server that is not also a subscriber? e.g. "At n publishers/publications ...
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Will mysql_secure_install script block master updates to slave?

I had setup two virtual mysql database servers in two oracle linux 6 vm's, which come with mysql server ver 5.1.47 Master named prod_master & slave named prod_slave1. I installed both the mysql ...
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Slony initial subscription is causing out-of-memory kernel panics. Why?

Context: We run Slony 2.0 with Postgres 8.4 on two CentOS 6 servers--one master, and one slave. Our database is about 30GB in size, which isn't unusual, but we do have a couple of tables that are ...
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Merge replication - can't create snapshot – timeout

I have a SQL Server 2008 database, and I need a merge replication because I want to sync with mobile devices afterwards. So I created a replication but when it comes to start the snapshot agent, the ...
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Msg 14027, Level 11, State 1, Procedure sp_MSrepl_addarticle [table] does not exist in the current database [closed]

Before setting up SQL Server snapshot replication, I backed up the database from ServerA and restored it to ServerB. Both servers are running SQL Server 2008 R2 SP1. In trying to setup snapshot ...
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Streaming replication and failover on PostgreSQL

I am doing a proof of concept on PostgreSQL replication. After the discussion on forum we decided to go with streaming replication as the performance is good compared to other solutions. PostgreSQL is ...
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How to Remove Articles Based on User

I am using merge replication on SQL 2012. I have a very large database with a large number of tables. The subscribers are using netbooks. I have a filtering scheme that controls which tables end up ...
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Log Reader replication agents are constantly restarting

I am recreating (push) transactional replication from a SQL 2000 instance to a SQL 2008 instance which I had to break in order to do a db migration. The 2008 instance is both the distributor and a ...
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Difference between Row based and statement based replication in Mysql?

What is the Actual difference between Row based and Statement based replication I actually looking in terms of replication effect's on slave. If I am using Row based replication then whats is the ...
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Merge replication with PDAs AND P2P replication between servers?

We're currently building a setup to scan tickets at an event. We plan on having 2 servers at each entrance but can't have a local link between the two. We have scanners (sqlCE) and half of them are ...
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--replicate-wild-ignore-table doesn't work?

According to the document about the replication and temporary tables, I'm setting --replicate-wild-ignore-table option to the %.norep% to prevent temporary tables from being replicated: ...
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How To Speed up Merge Replication [closed]

I am running SQL2012 merge replication on a netbook using SQL Express as a subscriber. The netbook has 1GB of RAM. The replication process works quite well, but it is when it comes to applying the ...
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What are the limits on the amount of slaves per master?

I currently have a Master with 2 slaves, all running MySql 5.5. What are the limitations on the amount of slaves I can connect to a single master? what parameters should be taken into affect?
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Advanced Replication vs Oracle Streams

I'd like to know what is advantages of Streams over Advanced Replication. I wanted to use updatable materialized views on my project, but on one forum I read comment that if we don't use very old ...
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Setting up replication for MyISAM tables?

Before setting up a replication within MySQL, the data first needs to be transferred to the slave. Since MyISAM tables can be copied as files. Would it be okay to copy MyISAM files, .myd .myi .frm, ...
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setup transaction replication in cross domain

I'm trying to setup transaction replication between two domains under the same active directory. The publisher server is in a DR site domain and the remote distribution server is in the main site ...
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MySQL replication - replicate to multiple DBs on slave?

I've got a single table in a master DB that I would like to replicate to multiple databases on one slave server. Like this: masterDB.tableA -> slaveDB1.tableA masterDB.tableA -> slaveDB2.tableA ...
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What objective factors indicate it's time to implement SQL Server replication?

I am trying to strike a balance between high performance of our database and ease of maintenance. We are considering using replication to improve performance, by replicating our SSRS reports to a ...
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MongoDB replication to one machine

Does MonogDB supports replication where I have many machines with MongoDB that have different data and I want to replicate this data to one, and only one MongoDB?
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SQL Server 2008 replication scenario

First of all sorry about my english, and most importantly, my database ignorance, I'll do my best ;) Until now, the scenario that I have is as follows: In a server under our LAN, we have a database ...
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slave issue with load data

When I use "load data infile" on master, the data is properly transferred to slave. But when I use "load data local infile" from remote server to master, the data does not pass on to slave. Why does ...
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Monitoring replication on mysql

I have managed to setup master and slave replication. It is working fine. What are the possibilities that it might go down? Is there any alerting tool to monitor that? Another thing: Can I run a ...
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Upgrading Remote Distributor in SQL Server Replication

I'm upgrading my remote distributor from 2005 to 2008r2, it is performing transactional replication only. this is a prerequisite to completing an upgrade of the Publisher to 2008r2. Script ...
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Indexed View Slows Replication

I have setup SQL Server transactional replication, and then added indexed views at the subscriber, but the indexed views appear to really slow down the subscriber and almost bringing it to a halt. I ...
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mongodb: replica-set processing reads on the primary

Running a replica-set with 1 primary and 2 secondaries, I wonder why the READs are also done on the primary. Shouldn't the primary mainly do the WRITEs and the secondary can share the READ-load?! I ...
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All pull subscriptions cannot connect to Distributor

recently all my PULL subscriptions have this message in the synchronization status. :- The process could not connect to Distributor 'DISTRIBUTIONDB' This is only happening with the PULL ...
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What can we do in MySQL 5.0 Replication to address bandwidth concerns?

I am developing an application to run on the client PC (Win) which is configured with a MySQL server 5.1 instance that will act as read-only slave to the remote master. The remote master has dozens of ...
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MySQL master binlog corruption

We recently made some changes to our infrastructure and now I can't keep MySQL replication running. The slave complains of a corrupt binlog and resetting it doesn't help. I keep seeing entries like ...
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MySQL slave seems confused as to just how far out of date it is

I have a slave that claims, in SHOW SLAVE STATUS, to be zero seconds behind the master. However, it also says it's on Master_Log_File binlog.009636, which is 46.9 gig behind where the master is. I ...
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PostgreSQL Replication for small, low-usage database

I have PostgreSQL 8.4 installed on a headless Ubuntu 10.04 server. Sometimes the server is not available. I would like to continue working on the database, so I thought of installing PostgreSQL onto ...
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Replication Fails due to Warning [closed]

I'm getting the following warning when executing usp_ReplicationMonitor within a job: Warning: Null value is eliminated by an aggregate or other SET operation. [SQLSTATE 01003] (Message 8153) A ...
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Syncing two (or more) PostgreSQL 9.1 clusters

This question assumes the use of PostgreSQL 9.1. Say I have two PostgreSQL database clusters. Each cluster contains three PostgreSQL servers. A master, a slave synced via synchronous replication and ...
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`SELECT FOR UPDATE` in master-master mysql setup

I am benchmarking a database schema with a dozen workers processes and was wondering what a SELECT FOR UPDATE does in a master-master configuration. For the moment it seems to work, but I am either ...
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MySql cluster data node replication

What I'd like to do is to replicate data nodes within a cluster not only for backup/failover purposes but also for scale-out reasons. Is this possible? If not: why? If yes: how do I do it? Actually, ...