Posts Tagged ‘gtid’

The behavior of gtid_strict_mode in MariaDB

GTIDs in MariaDB are a nice improvement to replication and make fail-over a simpler process. I struggled a little with the explanation of gtid_strict_mode and what to expect. So I thought I’d run through a simple scenario to make my own understanding clear. In this scenario I have created two instances of MySQL; primary and secondary. […]

A MariaDB Multi-Master setup example

Here’s a very quick example for how to setup Multi-Master replication with MariaDB.  It’s light on detail here to focus only on the multi-master aspects of the setup. Have a good read of the documentation before attempting this. This example also uses GTIDs so you’ll need some understanding of these as well. The example here is pretty […]