Table of Contents
- 2.1 Binary Log File Position Based Replication Configuration Overview
- 2.2 Setting Up Binary Log File Position Based Replication
- 2.3 Replication with Global Transaction Identifiers
- 2.4 MySQL Multi-Source Replication
- 2.4.1 Configuring Multi-Source Replication
- 2.4.2 Provisioning a Multi-Source Replication Slave for GTID-Based Replication
- 2.4.3 Adding GTID-Based Masters to a Multi-Source Replication Slave
- 2.4.4 Adding a Binary Log Based Master to a Multi-Source Replication Slave
- 2.4.5 Starting Multi-Source Replication Slaves
- 2.4.6 Stopping Multi-Source Replication Slaves
- 2.4.7 Resetting Multi-Source Replication Slaves
- 2.4.8 Multi-Source Replication Monitoring
- 2.5 Changing Replication Modes on Online Servers
- 2.6 Replication and Binary Logging Options and Variables
- 2.7 Common Replication Administration Tasks
This section describes how to configure the different types of replication available in MySQL and includes the setup and configuration required for a replication environment, including step-by-step instructions for creating a new replication environment. The major components of this section are:
For a guide to setting up two or more servers for replication using binary log file positions, Section 2.2, “Setting Up Binary Log File Position Based Replication”, deals with the configuration of the servers and provides methods for copying data between the master and slaves.
For a guide to setting up two or more servers for replication using GTID transactions, Section 2.3, “Replication with Global Transaction Identifiers”, deals with the configuration of the servers.
Events in the binary log are recorded using a number of formats. These are referred to as statement-based replication (SBR) or row-based replication (RBR). A third type, mixed-format replication (MIXED), uses SBR or RBR replication automatically to take advantage of the benefits of both SBR and RBR formats when appropriate. The different formats are discussed in Section 5.1, “Replication Formats”.
Detailed information on the different configuration options and variables that apply to replication is provided in Section 2.6, “Replication and Binary Logging Options and Variables”.
Once started, the replication process should require little administration or monitoring. However, for advice on common tasks that you may want to execute, see Section 2.7, “Common Replication Administration Tasks”.