MariaDB Replication

Replication is a feature allowing the contents of one or more master servers to be mirrored on one or more slave servers.

Title Description
Replication Overview Allow the contents of one or more master servers to be mirrored on one or more slave servers.
Replication Commands List of replication-related commands
Setting Up Replication Getting replication working involves steps on both the master server/s and the slave server/s.
Setting up a Replication Slave with Mariabackup Setting up a replication slave with Mariabackup.
Read only slaves Making slaves read only
Replication as a Backup Solution Replication can be used to support the backup strategy.
Multi-Source Replication Using replication with many masters.
Replication Threads Types of threads that are used to enable replication.
Global Transaction ID Improved replication using global transaction IDs.
Parallel Replication Executing queries replicated from the master in parallel on the slave.
Replication and Binary Log System Variables Replication and binary log system variables.
Replication and Binary Log Status Variables Replication and Binary Log Server Status Variables
Binary Log Contains a record of all changes to the databases, both data and structure
Unsafe Statements for Statement-based Replication Statements that are not safe for statement-based replication.
Replication and Foreign Keys Cascading deletes or updates based on foreign key relations are not written to the binary log
Relay Log Event log created by the slave from the master binary log
Group Commit for the Binary Log Optimization when the server is run with innodb_flush_logs_at_trx_commit or sync_binlog.
Selectively Skipping Replication of Binlog Events @@skip_replication and --replicate-events-marked-for-skip
Binlog Event Checksums Including a checksum in binlog events
Binlog Event Checksum Interoperability Replicating between servers with differing binlog checksum availability
Annotate_rows_log_event Annotate_rows events accompany row events and describe the query which caused the row event
Row-based Replication With No Primary Key MariaDB improves on row-based replication of tables with no primary key
Replication Filters Replication filters allow users to configure replication slaves to intentio...
Running Triggers on the Slave for Row-based Events Running triggers on the slave for Row-based events
Semisynchronous Replication Semisynchronous replication.
Using MariaDB Replication with MariaDB Galera Cluster Information on using MariaDB replication with MariaDB Galera Cluster.
Compressing Events to Reduce Size of the Binary Log Binlog events can be compressed to save space on disk and in network transfers
Delayed Replication Specify that a slave should lag behind the master by (at least) a specified amount of time
Replication When the Master and Slave Have Different Table Definitions Slave and the master table definitions can differ while replicating.
Restricting speed of reading binlog from master by a slave Restricting speed of reading binlog from master by a slave When a slave sta...
Changing a Slave to Become the Master How to change a slave to master and old master as a slave for the new master.
Replication with Secure Connections Enabling TLS encryption in transit for MariaDB replication.
Obsolete Replication Information This section is for replication-related items that are obsolete
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