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Re: MYSQL Replication 4.0.X
Posted by: Christian Meisinger
Date: May 11, 2005 12:56AM

you just cannot replicate from two diff. mysql masters into one mysql slave.
what you can to is to run 2 mysql slaves on the slave pc.
that's what we do.
then if you do any staistics you can connect to both mysql (on localhost) and get the data.
that's fast enough for us.

with simple copy i meant to replicate from master 1 and master 2 to the slave and NOT merging the data. which would be possible i think. maybe you could read the binary log from each master with a script, translate the database name and execute the commands on one slave. maybe :)
but such a selfmade script sounds very dangerous too.

merging would be very hard because of unique and primary keys.

another possibility would be to replicate from master 1 to master 2 and then to the slave.
for this setup you need diff. database resp. table names on master 1 and 2 to prevent conflicts.

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