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Replication and InnoDB

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Hi List,

I'd like to setup the following:

Server A <-- Server B <-- Server C
Data A some of Data A some of Data A
Data B Data B

Server A should be the master for server B. Server B should get not
all but some of the data of server A. Additionally there should be
other data stored on server B. Server B is slave for server A and
master for server C. Server C simply should get all the data of server
B.

No problem with MyISAM, but with InnoDB some questions arise:

The manual says, that one should shut down the master and copy the
InnoDB datafiles, logs and .frm files.
1.) If I only need some data of server A on server B wouldn't it be
overkill to copy all the InnoDB data?
2.) If I want to store other data on server B I can't mix up the
InnoDB datafiles and logs for data A and B, can I?

For an answer I thank you in advance.

Regards
Kurt Tragant
Jul 19 '05 #1
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