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Re: add slave to existing master-master replication
Posted by: Rick James
Date: March 29, 2012 09:35PM

> I am unclear on how to set auto_increment_increment and auto_increment_offset on the new slaves.
Irrelevant -- Slaves are for reading from, not by writing to. Therefore, there will be not AUTO_INCREMENT values created on the Slaves.

If you need to promote a Slave to be a Master, you have worse problems than auto_inc. Just plan for failing over between the Masters. The Slaves give you a source for the data (without interrupting the surviving Master) for rebuilding the dead Master.

Your first two topologies have a "single point of failure" (S1). Your third one is more robust.

Direct reads to the Slaves; this will offload the Masters.

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