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Re: mysqld-relay-bin files
Posted by: Alexander Javoronkov
Date: March 10, 2017 08:05AM

Are you sure you don't actually have some replication underneath? Issue the "SHOW SLAVE STATUS" command to make sure, maybe there's some ancient beast (from the previous owners) lurking there.

You can see by the names of the relay files what servers these files belong to: [your-server-name]-relay-bin-[partner-name].000000

If you've really got some replication going on, you can see those partners' hostnames by looking at "Master_Host" of the "SHOW SLAVE STATUS" output (according to partner's name as shown in "Channel_Name").

If you're absolutely sure these channels are not needed, you can remove them by issuing "STOP SLAVE FOR CHANNEL [channel-name]; RESET SLAVE ALL FOR CHANNEL [channel-name];".

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