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From: Scott Haneda (talklistsnewgeo.com)
Date: Fri May 15 2009 - 02:48:18 CDT
On May 12, 2009, at 11:11 PM, Simon J Mudd wrote:
> 1. Ensure binlogging is enabled on the master.
> 2. Ensure you setup grant permissions so the slave can connect to
> the master.
> 3. Configure on the slave the replication (which databases need to
> be replicated)
> 4. Get the master and slave in sync (via rsync, load/dump or whatever)
> 5. Run show master status on the master (assuming binlogging is
> to get the current position on the master
> 6. use CHANGE MASTER TO on the slave providing the appropriate
> 7. Run: START SLAVE
> 8. Use: show slave status\G to check how the replication is working,
> and adjust as necessary.
Also, how do I set the slave to be read only? I set read-only in
my.cnf and it made all databases read only. I want to limit just the
replicated database to be read only. The rest of them are production
databases in normal use by clients.
I suppose just not having a login and pass to the replicated database
is more than enough?
Scott * If you contact me off list replace talklists with scott *
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