Showing entries 11 to 13
« 10 Newer Entries
Displaying posts with tag: pitr (reset)
Partial Binary Log Recovery

I came across a situation recently where I was asked if it was possible to edit a binary log to remove a part of it to restore onto a slave server. Now the choice of doing something like a hexedit did not seem appealing, and the more experienced might suggest that it is simply a matter of using  mysqlbinlog with the --start-position and/or --stop-position options. However, the problem had arisen that required the binary log to played through the replication process onto the slave based on specific options in MySQL cluster, so using an SQL dump from the binary log was of no use.

Initially this may seem like a daunting task where you will have to find some specialist tool or delve into the deep recesses of the binary log format, but a much simpler solution was found. The replication process allows the slave to be started up to a specific point in the log files. The command is the START SLAVE UNTIL... statement as seen in the manual at: …

[Read more]
Partial Binary Log Recovery

I came across a situation recently where I was asked if it was possible to edit a binary log to remove a part of it to restore onto a slave server. Now the choice of doing something like a hexedit did not seem appealing, and the more experienced might suggest that it is simply a matter of using  mysqlbinlog with the --start-position and/or --stop-position options. However, the problem had arisen that required the binary log to played through the replication process onto the slave based on specific options in MySQL cluster, so using an SQL dump from the binary log was of no use.

Initially this may seem like a daunting task where you will have to find some specialist tool or delve into the deep recesses of the binary log format, but a much simpler solution was found. The replication process allows the slave to be started up to a specific point in the log files. The command is the START SLAVE UNTIL... statement as seen in the manual at: …

[Read more]
Partial Binary Log Recovery

I came across a situation recently where I was asked if it was possible to edit a binary log to remove a part of it to restore onto a slave server. Now the choice of doing something like a hexedit did not seem appealing, and the more experienced might suggest that it is simply a matter of using  mysqlbinlog with the --start-position and/or --stop-position options. However, the problem had arisen that required the binary log to played through the replication process onto the slave based on specific options in MySQL cluster, so using an SQL dump from the binary log was of no use.

Initially this may seem like a daunting task where you will have to find some specialist tool or delve into the deep recesses of the binary log format, but a much simpler solution was found. The replication process allows the slave to be started up to a specific point in the log files. The command is the START SLAVE UNTIL... statement as seen in the manual at: …

[Read more]
Showing entries 11 to 13
« 10 Newer Entries