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Re: make MySQL server master and slave at the same time
Posted by: Shawn Green
Date: May 26, 2019 02:38PM

Skipping transaction means that the copy of your data being maintained by the slave will be incomplete compared to the copy of the data being maintained by your master.

Replication operates by duplicating the changes on one system (the master) in another system (the slave).

Let's imagine that the changes in the Binary Log that you no longer have a copy of were the INSERT of 1000 rows of data. If you skip them, your slave will be short 1000 rows of data.

You need to start over, with a fresh copy of the master so that the copy you have is consistent with some position (or GTID value) that still exists within the master's Binary Log. That's the only way to be sure you can accurately duplicate the changes that happened to the source data *after* you made the backup.

Yours,
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Shawn Green
MySQL Senior Principal Technical Support Engineer

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