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Instead of using a tar method, try using rysnc.

I have written posts about how to use rsync a running server with minimum downtime.

Just make sure

  • Binary Logging is enabled on the Master
  • you copy /etc/my.cnf from master to new slave
  • change the server-id in the slave's my.cnf

Instead of using a tar method, try using rysnc.

I have written posts about how to use rsync a running server with minimum downtime.

Just make sure

  • Binary Logging is enabled on the Master
  • you copy /etc/my.cnf from master to new slave
  • change the server-id in the slave's my.cnf

Instead of using a tar method, try using rysnc.

I have written posts about how to use rsync a running server with minimum downtime.

Just make sure

  • Binary Logging is enabled on the Master
  • you copy /etc/my.cnf from master to new slave
  • change the server-id in the slave's my.cnf
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Instead of using a tar method, try using rysnc.

I have written posts about how to use rsync a running server with minimum downtime.

Just make sure

  • Binary Logging is enabled on the Master
  • you copy /etc/my.cnf from master to new slave
  • change the server-id in the slave's my.cnf

Instead of using a tar method, try using rysnc.

I have written posts about how to use rsync a running server with minimum downtime.

Just make sure

  • Binary Logging is enabled on the Master
  • you copy /etc/my.cnf from master to new slave
  • change the server-id in the slave's my.cnf

Instead of using a tar method, try using rysnc.

I have written posts about how to use rsync a running server with minimum downtime.

Just make sure

  • Binary Logging is enabled on the Master
  • you copy /etc/my.cnf from master to new slave
  • change the server-id in the slave's my.cnf
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