Also, documentation error, it's a monthly repair not a nightly
repair. And we recommend it should be turned on. (it only runs on
If the master has been down for an extended period (days), then
it's probably best to add it like a new slave rather than just
reconnect it as the master...
I've been using mirroring for a couple of months and I would
get this odd message telling me that things have been repaired
on the 15th. So I decided to find out what this was about.
Turns out I had this repair setting on both the master and
the slave, so I turned off the slave setting. But then I got to
wondering about this instruction:
This setting runs a nighly resync to keep the cluster in
sync. Maybe be resource intensive on a large system! This
should always be disabled during a failure as it could cause
messages loss when the master is re connected.
If the master has failed, how exactly would one get in to the
setting to turn this off? Only thing I can think of is to hope
that when the master came back up, it didn't have any network
access. And gosh, one more thing to remember before putting it
p.s. We'd love a link from your website to our new domain: https://surgemail.com if/when u have time.
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