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From: Todd Lyons (tlyonsivenue.com)
Date: Thu Jul 16 2009 - 16:41:15 CDT
On Thu, Jul 16, 2009 at 1:18 PM, Gary Smith<Garyprimeexalia.com> wrote:
> I have a new slave I setup against a new master server. The master server has 4 log files in it, the most current being updated on the 16th. The slave server on the other hand has several files, many which seem to be blank. This slave is set to slave the master and act as a master for downstream slaves. Note, there is no master/master on this configuration, even though the master itself could do it.
> Any ideas?
Something is doing several 'mysqladmin refresh' or a related command,
all sequentially in a row in short order. Look at your cron jobs that
start or end around the time that all those "empty" binlogs are being
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