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  1. Replication

    1. Chapter 1 Introduction

      1. What’s This Replication Stuff Anyway?
      2. So, Backups Are Not Needed Then?
      3. What’s with All the Monitoring?
      4. Is There Anything Else I Can Read?
      5. Conclusion
    2. Chapter 2 MySQL Replication Fundamentals

      1. Basic Steps in Replication
      2. A Brief Introduction to the Binary Log
      3. Performing Common Tasks with Replication
      4. Conclusion
    3. Chapter 3 The Binary Log

      1. Structure of the Binary Log
      2. Logging Statements
      3. Logging Transactions
      4. Binary Log Management
      5. The mysqlbinlog Utility
      6. Binary Log Options and Variables
      7. Conclusion
    4. Chapter 4 Replication for High Availability

      1. Redundancy
      2. Planning
      3. Procedures
      4. Conclusion
    5. Chapter 5 MySQL Replication for Scale-Out

      1. Scaling Out Reads, Not Writes
      2. The Value of Asynchronous Replication
      3. Managing the Replication Topology
      4. Hierarchal Replication
      5. Specialized Slaves
      6. Data Sharding
      7. Managing Consistency of Data
      8. Consistency in a Hierarchal Deployment
      9. Conclusion
    6. Chapter 6 Advanced Replication

      1. Replication Architecture Basics
      2. Running Replication over the Internet
      3. Finer-Grained Control over Replication
      4. Options for Handling Broken Connections
      5. How the Slave Processes Events
      6. Slave Safety and Recovery
      7. Multisource Replication
      8. Row-Based Replication
      9. Conclusion
  2. Monitoring and Disaster Recovery

    1. Chapter 7 Getting Started with Monitoring

      1. Ways of Monitoring
      2. Benefits of Monitoring
      3. System Components to Monitor
      4. Monitoring Solutions
      5. Linux and Unix Monitoring
      6. Mac OS X Monitoring
      7. Microsoft Windows Monitoring
      8. Monitoring as Preventive Maintenance
      9. Conclusion
    2. Chapter 8 Monitoring MySQL

      1. What Is Performance?
      2. MySQL Server Monitoring
      3. Database Performance
      4. Best Practices for Improving Performance
      5. Conclusion
    3. Chapter 9 Storage Engine Monitoring

      1. MyISAM
      2. InnoDB
      3. Conclusion
    4. Chapter 10 Replication Monitoring

      1. Getting Started
      2. Server Setup
      3. Inclusive and Exclusive Replication
      4. Replication Threads
      5. Monitoring the Master
      6. Monitoring Slaves
      7. Replication Monitoring with MySQL Administrator
      8. Other Items to Consider
      9. Conclusion
    5. Chapter 11 Replication Troubleshooting

      1. What Can Go Wrong
      2. Tools for Troubleshooting Replication
      3. Best Practices
      4. Reporting Replication Bugs
      5. Conclusion
    6. Chapter 12 Protecting Your Investment

      1. What Is Information Assurance?
      2. Information Integrity, Disaster Recovery, and the Role of Backups
      3. Backup Utilities and OS-Level Solutions
      4. Backup and MySQL Replication
      5. Automating Backups
      6. Conclusion
    7. Chapter 13 MySQL Enterprise

      1. Getting Started with MySQL Enterprise
      2. MySQL Enterprise Components
      3. Using MySQL Enterprise
      4. Conclusion
  3. High Availability Environments

    1. Chapter 14 Cloud Computing Solutions

      1. What Is Cloud Computing?
      2. Cloud Computing Use Cases
      3. Cloud Computing Benefits
      4. Cloud Computing Vendors
      5. AWS
      6. MySQL in the Cloud
      7. Open Source Cloud Computing
      8. Conclusion
    2. Chapter 15 MySQL Cluster

      1. What Is MySQL Cluster?
      2. Architecture of MySQL Cluster
      3. Example Configuration
      4. Achieving High Availability
      5. Achieving High Performance
      6. Conclusion
  1. Appendix Replication Tips and Tricks

    1. My Slave Stopped. Now What?

    2. Examining the Binary Log with Verbose

    3. Using Replication to Repopulate a Table

    4. Using MySQL Proxy to Perform Multimaster Replication

    5. Using a Default Storage Engine

    6. MySQL Cluster Multisource Replication

    7. Multichannel Replication with Failover

    8. Using the Current Database to Filter

    9. More Columns on Slave Than Master

    10. Fewer Columns on Slave Than Master

    11. Replicate Selected Rows to Slave

    12. Replication Heartbeat

    13. Ignoring Servers in Circular Replication

    14. Feature Preview: Time-Delayed Replication

    15. Feature Preview: Scriptable Replication

    16. Feature Preview: The Oracle Algorithm

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