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Re: mysql binary logs
Posted by: Chris McClenaghan
Date: January 25, 2005 09:37AM

viju padman wrote:
> I have a general question about the binary logging
> during replication.
>
> Lets says I start at myserver-bin.001.
> I know the logs keep increasing
> progressivley(without doing a PURGE MASTER), but
> is there a certain number after which it will roll
> back ?


Additionally, inquiring minds would like to know if the wrap around (presumably at 999) is handled gracefully? For example, if I have logs 998, 999, 001, 002 and request a PURGE MASTER LOGS TO <master-binary-log>.002 that the 998, 999 and 001 are deleted.

Thanks for answers to both questions.

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