Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Many thanks Oracle for implementing RESET MASTER TO

MySQL 8.0.1 is out and it includes an implementation of my feature request (Bug #77438).  This extension to RESET MASTER allows to simplify master promotion with Binlog Servers.  Let's see how it works:
# mysql -N <<< "SHOW MASTER STATUS"
binlog.027892   3006935
# mysql -N <<< "RESET MASTER TO 12345; DO sleep(rand()*10); SHOW MASTER STATUS"
binlog.012345   92773
# mysql -N <<< "RESET MASTER TO 12345678; DO sleep(rand()*10); SHOW MASTER STATUS"
binlog.12345678 24795
# mysql -N <<< "RESET MASTER TO 1234567890; DO sleep(rand()*10); SHOW MASTER STATUS"
binlog.1234567890       13987
# mysql -N <<< "RESET MASTER TO 12345678901; DO sleep(rand()*10); SHOW MASTER STATUS"
ERROR 3567 (HY000) at line 1: The requested value '12345678901' for the next
binary log index is out of range. Please use a value between '1' and '2147483647'.
# mysql -N <<< "RESET MASTER TO $RANDOM; DO sleep(rand()*10); SHOW MASTER STATUS"
binlog.013529   89880
# mysql -N <<< "RESET MASTER TO $RANDOM; DO sleep(rand()*10); SHOW MASTER STATUS"
binlog.000831   22961
# mysql -N <<< "RESET MASTER TO $RANDOM; DO sleep(rand()*10); SHOW MASTER STATUS"
binlog.023089   107764
# mysql -N <<< "RESET MASTER TO $RANDOM; DO sleep(rand()*10); SHOW MASTER STATUS"
binlog.003433   67903
Many thanks Oracle for implementing my feature request, and a special mention to Daniël van Eeden for providing a patch in the bug report.

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