[Users] mysql "dual master" problem

Mike Williams mike at mikebwilliams.com
Tue Apr 24 19:27:51 CEST 2007

John Kim,

I would check that each server is configured to be a slave to another. It 
sounds like one server is replicating, and the other isn't. Also, if your one 
server already has records, those should be replicated to the second server 
when it comes online.

To me, it sounds like master 1 is not a slave to master 2.


On Tuesday 24 April 2007 11:13:28 Chahn Kim wrote:
> Hi, all.
> I am trying to setup two openser servers each running its own Mysql with
> dual master configuration.  Master 1 has initially all locations info in
> its table.
> Once master 2 comes on as mysql dual master, It seems functioning
> initially however, as time goes by, I noticed that location table changes
> in a way that master 1 loses all location entries when those devices
> register to master 2.  Eventually only locations where master 2 responded
> to "REGISTER" are being in the database.
> Can anyone tell me what may be going wrong?
> John Kim
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