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Is there a way to sync a MySQL database with a remote one either automatically or with a script? The data is not time sensitive, but I don't want to have to export it out of the local database and then import it into the remote one.

I am one Windows Vista and using XAMPP as my local stack.

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Replication works quite good, and it's not hard to configure. The official doc (for 5.1) it's easy to follow.

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