[HyperDB] upgrading from normal database to HyperDB...

Beau Lebens beau at dentedreality.com.au
Wed Jun 6 05:24:01 GMT 2007

Jeremy - try doing a "SHOW SLAVE STATUS\G" (run this on the slave) to  
get details on it's status. Especially look for these lines;

            Slave_IO_Running: Yes
           Slave_SQL_Running: Yes

You'll also want to check a "SHOW MASTER STATUS;" on the master, to  
make sure it's doing the right thing.

That raises the question - did you definitely enable "logging" on the  
master? because that needs to be on to get replication going. I have  
this for my master;



(who's dealt with ugly, ugly MySQL replication for work :)

On Jun 5, 2007, at 8:07 PM, Jeremy Visser wrote:

> Matt Mullenweg wrote:
>> Jeremy Visser wrote:
>>> How long does the replication take? I waited a good few hours, and
>>> whatever tables I created, or rows I adjusted were not carried over.
>> Well you have to copy the data over first, then start replication,  
>> and
>> it is usually instant.
> I stopped my web server, did an SQL dump from the source, imported it
> into the destination server, did all the copying the log file names  
> and
> all that, and ran START SLAVE; but nothing happened.
> I guess I'm too n00by to follow directions. :-D
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