You are here

GTID

MariaDB master/master GTID based replication with keepalived VIP

Some of our customers still want to have old-style MariaDB master/master replication clusters. Time goes by, new technologies appear but some old stuff still remains.

New Features in MySQL and MariaDB

Taxonomy upgrade extras: 

As you probably know MySQL is an Open Source product licensed under the GPL v2. The GPL grants you the right to not just read and understand the code of the product but also to use, modify AND redistribute the code as long as you follow the GPL rules.

Replication in a star

Taxonomy upgrade extras: 

Most of you know, that it is possible to synchronize MySQL and MariaDB servers using replication. But with the latest releases, it is also possible to use more than just two servers as a multi-master setup.

Most of you know that both MySQL and MariaDB support replication in a hierarchical master-slave-setup, to propagate changes across all connected servers.

But with the latest releases, a slave can have more than one master.

The keyword: Multi-Source replication

It is supported from MySQL 5.7 and MariaDB 10.0 on, and this article describes how to set it up.

Controlling worldwide manufacturing plants with MySQL

A MySQL customer of FromDual has different manufacturing plants spread across the globe. They are operated by local companies. FromDuals customer wants to maintain the manufacturing receipts centralized in a MySQL database in the Head Quarter in Europe. Each manufacturing plant should only see their specific data.

gtid_replication_customer.png

Manufacturing log information should be reported backup to European Head Quarter MySQL database.

Things you should consider before using GTID

Taxonomy upgrade extras: 

Global Transaction ID (GTID) is one of the major features that were introduced in MySQL 5.6 which provides a lot of benefits.

Replication Troubleshooting - Classic VS GTID

Taxonomy upgrade extras: 

In previous posts, I was talking about how to set up MySQL replication, Classic Replication (based on binary logs information) and Transaction-based Replication (based on GTID).

Subscribe to RSS - GTID