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Re: [solarisx86] MySQL -- global or non-global zone?

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  • Laurent Blume
    ... I m interested in that, how do you manage the clones? You have to stop MySQL before taking them, right? Laurent
    Message 1 of 4 , Jul 8, 2009
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      Ian Collins a écrit :
      > I always run that combination from a zone. As well as the security
      > advantages, it makes cloning the site trivial for disaster recover
      > and development.

      I'm interested in that, how do you manage the clones? You have to stop
      MySQL before taking them, right?

      Laurent
    • Ian Collins
      ... I keep the data in its own filesystem (which can be tuned if required) and re-import a dump of the database once the cone is running. -- Ian.
      Message 2 of 4 , Jul 8, 2009
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        Laurent Blume wrote:
        > Ian Collins a écrit :
        >
        >> I always run that combination from a zone. As well as the security
        >> advantages, it makes cloning the site trivial for disaster recover
        >> and development.
        >>
        >
        > I'm interested in that, how do you manage the clones? You have to stop
        > MySQL before taking them, right?
        >
        >
        I keep the data in its own filesystem (which can be tuned if required)
        and re-import a dump of the database once the cone is running.

        --
        Ian.
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