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The politically correct answer would be that you cannot perform MySQL Replication from a newer Master to an older Slave. You proven the politically correct answer to be wrong. Notwithstanding, the correct answer is you shouldn't do it, at least not for very long. Consequently, I have a very strong warning for you: It can be very unstable and you should ...


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Every replication event generated by the master includes the error code that resulted from execution of the query that generated the event. This is usually "success" (0, no error). When the slave executes a query, it expects the error it encounters to be the same error as the master encountered (again, usually "no error"). When this doesn't happen, ...


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when you create MYSQL replication mater that has the newer version than slave this will create compatibility issue, due some changes in the binary logs and SQL base, your workaround may solve the issue for now, but you will encounter many issues in the future SQL incompatibilities: You cannot replicate from a newer master to an older slave using ...



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