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Re: Monitoring Replication
Posted by: James Whitt
Date: August 24, 2005 08:14AM

I was thinking about it some more, and realized that a good solution might be doing the following:

1) Running "SHOW MASTER STATUS" on the master
- Look at "File" and "Position"
2) Running "SHOW SLAVE STATUS" on the slave
- Look at "Master_Log_File" and "Read_Master_Log_Pos" on slave
3) Then compare the "File" to "Master_Log_File" and "Position" to "Read_Master_Log_Pos".

If all looks correct, we should then be able to determine if replication is occurring and at the same time making sure that the slave is up to date with the master.

Just a reminder that this would be on a MySQL 4.0 server. Can anybody see any holes in this solution?

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