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Re: testing Galera
I didn't know of that function, good to hear that.
But I was after some kind of slave_skip_counter-like function to make
galera skip an event in case of problems. I'm fine with a cluster member
stopping (or going read-only or something like that) because some update
couldn't be applied, but if I (for whatever reason) think that's OK and
just want it to skip that event, how could I do that?
Am 12.02.2013 10:36, schrieb Kristian Nielsen:
> Jan Kirchhoff <j.kirchhoff@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>> Is there something like slave_skip_counter, aka "I Know what I do, skip
>> that update"? I think I have to take a new snapshot to get the second
> Yes, MariaDB has this:
> If you set skip_replication=0 (instead of SQL_LOG_BIN=0) and
> replicate-events-marked-for-skip=FILTER_ON_MASTER on all servers. Then the
> changes will be logged to the binlog (for Galera to use), but will not be sent
> to other slaves using traditional replication.
> Disclaimer: I do not have much experience with Galera, much less actually
> tried using it with @@skip_replication, but it should work, I think.
> Note that this is a MariaDB feature (it will not work with Galera based on
> MySQL or Percona-server).
> - Kristian.