Hi, I am doing a presentation om MariaDB Galera Cluster. I was asked to show what happens in the background when I setup a new node and join it to the cluster. I was thinking about running tcpdump om the new node, but i dont know. Does anyone know how I can show the joining on a packet basis? And is tcpdump the way to go?
I’m trying to set up replication for my server with my local machine as a slave so I can have real data for testing (and also because one of my read-only scripts was not originally designed for use on a remote server and uses pyperclip.
However, I cannot copy all the data over cleanly with mariabackup because it insists on getting terminated with signal SYSSEGV.
I could do something with a simple mysqldump except for two issues:
Previous experience with MySQL dump has shown that views don’t get copied over properly: they get copied as empty tables
I’m not sure how trustworthy a dump from MySQL would be as an initial seed for replication (I trust the data and table structures will all be copied over, but I’m less certain of things like foreign key restrictions or positions of log files)
I am trying to write an application in c++ that uses mariadb for data storage. I have built the connector from source on my Linux Mint machine. However I am unable to find any documentation for the connector api. Does anyone know of any examples, perhaps on github, that uses mariadb and c++? Or better yet maybe some documentation hiding from the search engines? How similar is Mariadb connector/c to mysql connector/c? Would the (very minimal) mysql connector/c documentaion translate well to the mariadb version?