Entries Categorized as 'Mastering Tungsten Replicator'

Enabling Autorecovery for the Tungsten Replicator

Author: , August 7th, 2019

The replicator is a critical piece of the Tungsten Clustering solution for MySQL / MariaDB, as well as its own stand-alone data replication product. Automatic recovery enables the replicator to go back online in the event of a transient failure. In this blog, we discuss how to enable Autorecovery.

The Important Role of a Tungsten Rollback Error

Author: , May 24th, 2019

The Question Recently, a customer asked us: What is the meaning of this error message found in trepsvc.log? 2019/05/14 01:48:04.973 | mysql02.prod.example.com | [east – binlog-to-q-0] INFO pipeline.SingleThreadStageTask Performing rollback of possible partial transaction: seqno=(unavailable) Simple Overview The Skinny This message is an indication that we are dropping any uncommitted or incomplete data read from […]

Performance Tuning Tungsten Replication to MySQL

Author: , May 21st, 2019

The Question Recently, a customer asked us: Why would Tungsten Replicator be slow to apply to MySQL? The Answer Performance Tuning 101 When you run trepctl status and see: appliedLatency : 7332.394 like this on a slave, it is almost always due to the inability for the target database to keep up with the applier. […]