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From: Shain Miley (smileynpr.org)
Date: Tue Nov 25 2008 - 11:57:40 CST
We are planning on trying to do an Oracle to MySQL migration in the near
future. The issue of a Mysql equivalent to Oracle's flashback was being
discussed. After some digging it appears that there is no such feature
in Mysql. One thought that I had was to do some intentional replication
lag (say 12 to 24 hours)...that way if we needed to revert back we would
have the option of doing so.
a: know how to setup a replication to intentionally lag?
b: know of a better way of engineering a flashback equivalent for Mysql?
Thanks in advance,
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