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Re: Replication modules
Posted by: Lars Thalmann
Date: May 02, 2005 05:23PM

Hi Ty,

To do this directly is planned for 5.1, i.e. multi-source replication.

Two ideas for pre-5.1 versions of MySQL that I can think of are:

1. To replicate from front-line server F(i) to front-line F(i+1)
server ending with the corp machine C, i.e. F1 -> F2 -> F3 -> C.

2. Let C replicate from each front server in an interleaved fashion,
i.e. first from F1, then stop, then F2, then stop, etc. You need
to write some script for this.

Best wishes,

Ty Shipman wrote:
> Lars,
> Is there any way to set up many-to-one replciation
> with mySQL if I handle the conflicts of the
> primaryIDs? I have been looking in the manuals
> but have not found anything.
> I have an business problem that requires many
> "front line server" and corp machine for a rollup
> system. Looking for a good way to do it.
> Any suggestions?
> Thanks
> ty

Dr. Lars Thalmann
Replication and Clustering Technology

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