What is new with MySQL 8.0 Delayed Replication ?
Delayed Replication – You can deliberately execute transactions later than the master by a specific duration of time , Why you do that and for what ? Consider this, Accidentally someone did a wrong UPDATE / DELETE in the master and the transaction is committed, Now how can DBA rollback the database system to the last known good condition ? This is when we benefit from MySQL delayed slave replication investment. The default replication delay in MySQL is “0” seconds, To delay the slave by N seconds use the CHANGE MASTER TO MASTER_DELAY = N, The transactions received from the master is not executed until N seconds later than it’s commit on the immediate master. We have blogged here how to setup …[Read more]