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Re: MySQL Enterprise Backup Remotely
Posted by: Chris Kimberley ()
Date: March 09, 2012 10:00PM

Hi Rick,

Sorry about the confusion I am referring to the actual binary logs on the slave.

You are correct that MEB requires the slaves bin logs to be turned on.

So all this said I'm thinking I'd have no choice , but to run ALL backups both binary and data from the slave.

Another question for anyone out there that happens to be reading this..

Have you used commvault and it's mysql agent ? If so can incremental backups be used for specific point in time recovery with transaction logs (binary logs) ??

Thanks,
chris

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Re: MySQL Enterprise Backup Remotely 972 Chris Kimberley 03/08/2012 09:07AM
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Re: MySQL Enterprise Backup Remotely 746 Sveta Smirnova 03/09/2012 10:19AM
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