Tag Archives: MySQL Replication

Asynchronous Replication Connection Failover – Automatic source list

In our last blog post about the Automatic Asynchronous Replication Connection Failover feature which was released in MySQL 8.0.22, we showed you its usage and benefits. We now present here additional changes we added in MySQL 8.0.23 to further enhance this feature by making the receiver aware of the source’s group membership changes.…

START GROUP_REPLICATION can now take recovery credentials as parameters

From MySQL 8.0.21 onwards, START GROUP_REPLICATION includes new options which allow a user to specify credentials to be used for distributed recovery. You can now pass credentials when invoking START GROUP_REPLICATION instead of setting them when configuring the group_replication_recovery channel.

START GROUP_REPLICATION command now has the options:

  • USER: User name.

MySQL 8.0: New Features in Replication

It is with extreme delight and a big smile on our face that we share the news that a new major MySQL release has been declared Generally Available (GA). The road to MySQL 8 was pretty eventful, sometimes painful and sometimes hard, always challenging, but nonetheless a great ride and an extremely rewarding journey for the engineers that have worked on it.…

MySQL 5.7.2 DMR and Labs – new replication features

With today’s announcement of the second MySQL 5.7 Development Milestone Release and a new labs release it’s a very exciting time for MySQL Replication. MySQL 5.6 contained a lot of new content to make replication faster, easier to use and more reliable (Global Transaction Identifiers, Multi-Threaded Slaves, Binary Log Group Commit, Optimized Row Based Replication, Crash Safe Replication, Replication Event Checksums, Time Delayed Replication & Informational Logs) and now we want to improve things even further.…

MySQL Cluster Asynchronous Replication – conflict detection & resolution

I was rooting through past blog entries and I stumbled accross a draft post on setting up multi-master (update anywhere) asynchronous replication for MySQL Cluster. The post never quite got finished and published and while the material is now 4 years old it may still be helpfull to some and so I’m posting it now.…