Chapter 13. Synchronizing Data and Supporting Replication

In this chapter, we will cover two features that were released in phpMyAdmin 3.3.0. The first feature is the ability to synchronize databases, and was asked for by developers who work on more than one server. The second feature permits the management of MySQL replication, which is used in environments where performance and data security are important. These features are somewhat related because we usually need to synchronize the database to a slave server when setting it up in a replication process.

Synchronizing data and structure

In earlier phpMyAdmin versions, it was possible to achieve some synchronization of the structure and data between two databases on the same server or on different ...

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