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Subject: typo re: read/write access
Hello, I think you've got the logic in this sentence backwards: "One typical methodology is to write to all datasources, but read from only from one datasource." Later in the same document you describe a MySQL example that is opposite of this: reading from all sources, but only writing to the master. That's what I understand to be the standard way for this kind of mirror setup.
Date: Tue, 13 Jul 2004 16:35:03 -0700 (PDT)
From: Thomas Kishel <tjk725@yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: [cpan #6880] typo re: read/write access
To: bug-DBD-Multiplex@rt.cpan.org
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Yes. Thanks. I will correct this after I receive additional feedback at OSCON. -- Tom --- via RT <bug-DBD-Multiplex@rt.cpan.org> wrote:
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> > This message about DBD-Multiplex was sent to you by > MARKSTOS <MARKSTOS@cpan.org> via rt.cpan.org > > Full context and any attached attachments can be > found at: > <URL: > https://rt.cpan.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=6880 > > > Hello, > > I think you've got the logic in this sentence > backwards: > > "One typical methodology is to write to all > datasources, but read from only from one > datasource." > > Later in the same document you describe a MySQL > example that is opposite of this: reading from all > sources, but only writing to the master. That's what > I understand to be the standard way for this kind of > mirror setup. >
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Rewritten in 1.94. Additional improvements to follow. [MARKSTOS - Wed Jul 7 14:21:32 2004]:
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> Hello, > > I think you've got the logic in this sentence backwards: > > "One typical methodology is to write to all datasources, but read from > only from one datasource." > > Later in the same document you describe a MySQL example that is > opposite of this: reading from all sources, but only writing to the > master. That's what I understand to be the standard way for this > kind of mirror setup.
Updated documentation.


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