At 15:01 15/09/2000 +0100, Donncha O Caoimh wrote:
>Two database servers/machines, A and B. Any writes/updates to A also
>happen to B, magically!
>It's fairly easy to setup and we had stock market information streaming
>into db A for a few minutes and it seemed to be propogated into db B no
>There is one outstanding (known) bug for which there's a patch available
>but that'll be cleared up for 3.23.25. I think it had something to do
>with INSERT DELAYED so keep away from them for a while.
Any feedback on the robustness of this? In particular - what happens if
database A goes down for some reason?
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