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Innodb table to be more specific. Setup would be one master and two slaves. One of the slaves would only be replicating a single table on a specific database while the other slave replicates two full dbs.

Is this possible?


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Use this option in the slave's my.cnf


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Straightforward and concise. +1 for brevity !!! – RolandoMySQLDBA Jun 28 '11 at 15:01
"Each slave receives the entire binary log but processess.." Isn't this a huge waste of data (expensive in AWS) for servers with HUGE (GBs in a day) binlogs? Is there a way to configure the master not to send this data to specific slaves? – kouton Aug 25 '14 at 8:11

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