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A database (Oracle) replication process was executed by the DBA team in one server (serverX). However, this replication process gets terminated, and there are no errors in the replication log. But there is error in the OS log files (syslog.log) :
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Need to recover a replication broken error on the mysql slave server.
I want to force it to resend the binlog file from the begining.
What is the correct value for the: MASTER_LOG_POS ?
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I have done setup for openldap master and slave.
Its working fine and replicating also.
But it is working only with plane text password in syncrepl .
How we can use encrypted password here also like we are using in rootpw ?
Below portion is working.
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I am going to implement a script which will use NFS to replicate data between two SCO unix servers. It will take files with mtime -1 and copy the data periodically .In this regard my questions are :
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Can anybody tell that Where is to find simple and easy steps of ORACLE replication process?
Any help on this highly appreciated.
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I have a RedHat 7.1 box that we use for DNS in our System Engineering lab. We have a Windows 2000 box that handles DNS in our main office. The Microsoft Admin and I have been given the task of making both of our domains accessible to each other. I had originally made his domain my forwarder, so... (5 Replies)
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