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Building Galera Replication from Scratch

Introduction

MySQL/Galera synchronous Multi-Master Replication consists of 2 parts:

Galera - Synchronous Multi-Master Replication Cluster for MySQL/InnoDB

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Galera features

Galera provides the following features:

  • Synchronous replication
  • Active/active multi-master topology
  • Read and write to any cluster node
  • Automatic membership control, failed nodes drop from the cluster
  • Automatic node joining
  • True parallel row level replication
  • Direct client connections
  • Drop-in replacement for native MySQL

Galera benefits

Benefits using Galera Replication:

Be cautious when using Virtualized System with your Database

A customer rose a support case with a problem on his Master-Master set-up. The 2nd Master claims to have a problem:

MySQL Multi-Master – Single-Slave – Replication (Episode 2)

Introduction

One of the features that make MySQL so great is its easy replication set-up. If you are experienced and know-how to do it, it takes you about 15 minutes to set-up a slave. What you have in the end is a replication from one master to one or several slaves. So you can build a top-down data stream pyramid and spread your data on many slaves.

MySQL Replication

MySQL Multi-Master - Single-Slave - Replication

MySQL provides its replication for High Availability (HA) and for read Scale-out. Generally it is known that in a MySQL replication you can only replicate from one Master to many slaves. In this paper it is shown how a set-up can look like to replicate from two masters to one slave.

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