On Tue, Nov 19, 2013 at 4:31 PM, Andrew Cassidy <
I'm kinda glad Postgres was thrown in (on the last call I was in on,
anyway)... In Postgres you can configure continuous transaction logging
which basically uses the replication infrastructure to dump a binary
transaction log file every 16MB (configurable) of transactions. These can
be replayed in conjunction with a base backup to do a restore and doesn't
add much extra load to the server. That's how replication worked pre 9.1.
This can also be implemented on MySQL.
The base backup still takes time though, but could potentially be done
from a slave.
That's assuming you do have a slave available.
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