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I am using Mysql v 4.0.16.

I was doing replication using MYISAM table types. When I set up my
database server on the Slave, I used to LOAD DATA FROM MASTER to get
the first snapshot of my running master. This worked great.

Now we moved to using InnoDB table types to get rollback/commit
features and also to enforce Foreign key checks. I read that current
version of InnoDB does not support LOAD DATA FROM MASTER command.

I would like to be able to setup my slave without taking down the
server. Is there a way to do so without buying the InnoDBHotBackup.

Any input would be appreciated.

Thanks in Advance.
Jul 19 '05 #1
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