AFAIK, mysql simultaneously replicates from master to the clients by
tracking the bin logs. If at all there is a delay between the clients, it
would be because of the diff in latency been the master and the slave.
On 1/28/04 7:49 AM, "Imthiaz Rafiq [Bored Guru]" > wrote:
My database servers are present at three different locations.
All the databases servers, at the three different locations, are always
in synchronization with each other. Any database change at any location
is replicated across all the servers. I have three databases , db1, db2
and db3. The internet user inserts the record in db1 . The same data is
replicated in db2 and db3.
Is there any way by which we can ensure which database is
updated first.Whether data is replicated in db2 first or in db3 first.
am using, mySQL - php- apache.
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