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MySQL Group replication is a remarkable feature introduced in MySQL 5.7 as a plugin. This technology allows you to create a reliable group of database servers. One of the most important features of MySQL’s group replication is that it allows these servers to store redundant data. This allows the database state to be replicated across … Read more
Welcome back to another replication series! As a quick reminder, we explored various methods of using MySQL’s replication capabilities in our previous discussions. Initially, we employed the traditional binary-log-based replication approach to set up our replication servers. This involved tracking the binary log file and its positions to facilitate replication. In this article, we will … Read more
Welcome back to the world of MySQL Replication! If you’ve been following this series, thank you for your support! And if you’re new here, welcome! Before we dive in, I suggest checking out the first part of the series to get up to speed. In this article, I’ll be delving into multi-source replication and explaining … Read more
In the first part of this series, we spoke about MySQL Replication, the different types, replication formats, benefits, and downsides, as well as a brief introduction to the requirements needed for setting up MySQL Replication. To ensure we stay on track with our intended topic, it’s important to have certain prerequisites in place before we … Read more
MySQL Replication is a process where data from one MySQL database known as the source (formerly called “master”) is copied over to one or more other databases called replicas (formerly called “slaves”). Think of this like having a backup buddy that is always in sync and up to date, giving you peace of mind. It’s … Read more