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nature-hiking · 3 months ago
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Alpine mountain views 61-65/? - 61 - 63:  Alpine Haute Route, June 2021
64 & 65: GR5, June 2021
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blog-culturemarche · 9 months ago
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Quel sera le GR préféré des français 2022 ?
Quel sera le GR préféré des français 2022 ?
Quel itinéraire de randonnée remportera l’édition 2022 du concours mon GR préféré après le GR de Pays Grand Pic Saint Loup, lauréat de l’édition 2021 ? Huit itinéraires de Grande Randonnée sont à nouveau en lice pour cette 5ème saison du concours national Mon GR préféré, organisé par la FFRrandonée. Ce concours s’adresse à tous les passionnés de randonnée, de terroirs et de paysages, ou à tous…
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matrixegy · a year ago
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nature-hiking · a month ago
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Alpine mountain views 82/? - GR5, June 2021
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globalmediacampaign · a year ago
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MySQL Group Replication: Conversion of GR Member to Async Replica (and Back) In the Same Cluster
MySQL Group Replication is a plugin that helps to implement highly available fault-tolerant replication topologies. In this blog, I am going to explain the complete steps involved in the below two topics. How to convert the group replication member to an asynchronous replica How to convert the asynchronous replica to a group replication member Why Am I Converting From GR Back to Old Async? Recently I had a requirement from one of our customers running 5 node GR clusters. Once a month they are doing the bulk read job for generating the business reports. When they are doing the job, it affects the overall cluster performance because of the flow control issues. The node which is executing the read job is overloaded and delays the certification and writes apply process. The read job queries can’t be split across the cluster.  So, they don’t want that particular node as a part of the cluster during the report generation. So, I recommended this approach. The overall job will take 3-4 hours. During that particular time, the topology will be 4 node clusters and one asynchronous replica. Once the job is completed, the async replica node will be again joined to the GR cluster.  For testing this, I have installed and configured the group replication cluster with 5 nodes ( gr1,gr2,gr3,gr4,gr5 ). The cluster is operating with a single primary mode.mysql> select member_host,member_state,member_role,member_version from performance_schema.replication_group_members; +-------------+--------------+-------------+----------------+ | member_host | member_state | member_role | member_version | +-------------+--------------+-------------+----------------+ | gr5         | ONLINE       | SECONDARY   | 8.0.22         | | gr4         | ONLINE       | SECONDARY   | 8.0.22         | | gr3         | ONLINE       | SECONDARY   | 8.0.22         | | gr2         | ONLINE       | SECONDARY   | 8.0.22         | | gr1         | ONLINE       | PRIMARY     | 8.0.22         | +-------------+--------------+-------------+----------------+ 5 rows in set (0.00 sec)Using Percona Server for MySQL 8.0.22.mysql> select @@version, @@version_commentG *************************** 1. row ***************************         @@version: 8.0.22-13 @@version_comment: Percona Server (GPL), Release 13, Revision 6f7822f 1 row in set (0.01 sec)  Percona Live ONLINE, the open source database conference, is coming up! Registration is now OPEN… and FREE!    How to Convert the Group Replication Member to Asynchronous Replica? To explain this topic,  I am going to convert the group replication member “gr5” to an asynchronous replica. The GR member “gr4” will be the source for “gr5”. Current status:+-------------+--------------+-------------+----------------+ | member_host | member_state | member_role | member_version | +-------------+--------------+-------------+----------------+ | gr5         | ONLINE       | SECONDARY   | 8.0.22         | | gr4         | ONLINE       | SECONDARY   | 8.0.22         | | gr3         | ONLINE       | SECONDARY   | 8.0.22         | | gr2         | ONLINE       | SECONDARY   | 8.0.22         | | gr1         | ONLINE       | PRIMARY     | 8.0.22         | +-------------+--------------+-------------+----------------+ Step 1:  — Take out the node “gr5” from the cluster.gr5 > stop group_replication; Query OK, 0 rows affected (4.64 sec)Current cluster status:+-------------+--------------+-------------+----------------+ | member_host | member_state | member_role | member_version | +-------------+--------------+-------------+----------------+ | gr4         | ONLINE       | SECONDARY   | 8.0.22         | | gr3         | ONLINE       | SECONDARY   | 8.0.22         | | gr2         | ONLINE       | SECONDARY   | 8.0.22         | | gr1         | ONLINE       | PRIMARY     | 8.0.22         | +-------------+--------------+-------------+----------------+Current “gr5” status:+-------------+--------------+-------------+----------------+ | member_host | member_state | member_role | member_version | +-------------+--------------+-------------+----------------+ | gr5         | OFFLINE      |             |                | +-------------+--------------+-------------+----------------+ 1 row in set (0.00 sec) Step 2: Update the connection parameters to not allow communication with other Cluster nodes. gr5 > select @@group_replication_group_seeds, @@group_replication_ip_whitelistG *************************** 1. row ***************************  @@group_replication_group_seeds: 172.28.128.23:33061,172.28.128.22:33061,172.28.128.21:33061,172.28.128.20:33061,172.28.128.19:33061 @@group_replication_ip_whitelist: 172.28.128.23,172.28.128.22,172.28.128.21,172.28.128.20,172.28.128.19 1 row in set (0.00 sec) gr5 > set global group_replication_group_seeds=''; Query OK, 0 rows affected (0.00 sec) gr5 > set global group_replication_ip_whitelist=''; Query OK, 0 rows affected, 1 warning (0.00 sec) gr5 > select @@group_replication_group_seeds, @@group_replication_ip_whitelist; +---------------------------------+----------------------------------+ | @@group_replication_group_seeds | @@group_replication_ip_whitelist | +---------------------------------+----------------------------------+ |                                 |                                  | +---------------------------------+----------------------------------+ 1 row in set (0.00 sec) Step 3: Remove the group replication channel configurations and the respective physical files. During the group replication configuration, it will create two channels and the respective files (applier/recovery files). gr5 > select Channel_name from mysql.slave_master_info; +----------------------------+ | Channel_name               | +----------------------------+ | group_replication_applier  | | group_replication_recovery | +----------------------------+ 2 rows in set (0.00 sec) [[email protected] mysql]# ls -lrth | grep -i replication -rw-r-----. 1 mysql mysql  225 Apr 12 19:18 gr5-relay-bin-group_replication_applier.000001 -rw-r-----. 1 mysql mysql   98 Apr 12 19:18 gr5-relay-bin-group_replication_applier.index -rw-r-----. 1 mysql mysql  226 Apr 12 19:18 gr5-relay-bin-group_replication_recovery.000001 -rw-r-----. 1 mysql mysql  273 Apr 12 19:18 gr5-relay-bin-group_replication_recovery.000002 -rw-r-----. 1 mysql mysql  100 Apr 12 19:18 gr5-relay-bin-group_replication_recovery.index -rw-r-----. 1 mysql mysql  660 Apr 12 19:18 gr5-relay-bin-group_replication_applier.000002We can remove them by resetting the replica status.gr5 > reset replica all; Query OK, 0 rows affected (0.02 sec) gr5 > select Channel_name from mysql.slave_master_info; Empty set (0.00 sec) [[email protected] mysql]# ls -lrth | grep -i replication [[email protected] mysql]# Step 4: Configure asynchronous replication. To configure, we don’t need to manually update the binlog/gtid positions. Group replication will run based on the GTID. The node was already configured as a member in the same group so it should already have the GTID entries. gr5 > select @@gtid_executed, @@gtid_purgedG *************************** 1. row *************************** @@gtid_executed: ae2434f6-2be4-4d15-a5dc-fd54919b79b0:1-8, b93e0429-989d-11eb-ad7b-5254004d77d3:1   @@gtid_purged: ae2434f6-2be4-4d15-a5dc-fd54919b79b0:1-2, b93e0429-989d-11eb-ad7b-5254004d77d3:1 1 row in set (0.00 sec)Just need to run the CHANGE MASTER command.gr5 > change master to master_user='gr_repl',master_password='[email protected]',master_host='gr4',master_auto_position=1; Query OK, 0 rows affected, 2 warnings (0.05 sec) gr5 > start replica; Query OK, 0 rows affected (0.02 sec) gr5 > pager grep -i 'Master_Host|Slave_IO_Running|Slave_SQL_Running|Seconds_Behind_Master' PAGER set to 'grep -i 'Master_Host|Slave_IO_Running|Slave_SQL_Running|Seconds_Behind_Master'' gr5 > show slave statusG                   Master_Host: gr4              Slave_IO_Running: Yes             Slave_SQL_Running: Yes         Seconds_Behind_Master: 0       Slave_SQL_Running_State: Slave has read all relay log; waiting for more updates 1 row in set, 1 warning (0.00 sec)So, finally, the current topology is: We have 4 node group replication clusters ( gr1, gr2, gr3, gr4 ). The node “gr5” is configured as an async replica under the “gr4”. How to Convert the Async Replica to Group Replication Member? To explain this topic:  I am going to break the asynchronous replication on “gr5”. Then, I will join the node “gr5” to the group replication cluster. Step 1: Break replication on “gr5” and reset the replica.gr5 > stop replica; Query OK, 0 rows affected (0.00 sec) gr5 > reset replica all; Query OK, 0 rows affected (0.00 sec) gr5 > show replica statusG Empty set (0.00 sec) Step 2: Configure the connection parameters to join to the cluster. gr5 > select @@group_replication_group_seeds, @@group_replication_ip_whitelist; +---------------------------------+----------------------------------+ | @@group_replication_group_seeds | @@group_replication_ip_whitelist | +---------------------------------+----------------------------------+ |                                 |                                  | +---------------------------------+----------------------------------+ 1 row in set (0.00 sec) gr5 > set global group_replication_group_seeds='172.28.128.23:33061,172.28.128.22:33061,172.28.128.21:33061,172.28.128.20:33061,172.28.128.19:33061'; Query OK, 0 rows affected (0.00 sec) gr5 > set global group_replication_ip_whitelist='172.28.128.23,172.28.128.22,172.28.128.21,172.28.128.20,172.28.128.19'; Query OK, 0 rows affected, 1 warning (0.00 sec) gr5 > select @@group_replication_group_seeds, @@group_replication_ip_whitelistG *************************** 1. row ***************************  @@group_replication_group_seeds: 172.28.128.23:33061,172.28.128.22:33061,172.28.128.21:33061,172.28.128.20:33061,172.28.128.19:33061 @@group_replication_ip_whitelist: 172.28.128.23,172.28.128.22,172.28.128.21,172.28.128.20,172.28.128.19 1 row in set (0.00 sec) Step 3: Configure the channel for “group_replication_recovery”. gr5 > change master to master_user='gr_repl',master_password='[email protected]' for channel 'group_replication_recovery'; Query OK, 0 rows affected, 2 warnings (0.02 sec)Note: No need to configure the GTID parameters before starting the group replication service, because the node was already configured as an async replica in the same group. So, when starting the group replication service, it will automatically start with the last GTID position executed by async replication and start to sync the rest of the data. Step 4: Start the group replication servicegr5 > start group_replication; Query OK, 0 rows affected, 1 warning (3.02 sec)Final status:mysql> select member_host,member_state,member_role,member_version from performance_schema.replication_group_members; +-------------+--------------+-------------+----------------+ | member_host | member_state | member_role | member_version | +-------------+--------------+-------------+----------------+ | gr5         | ONLINE       | SECONDARY   | 8.0.22         | | gr4         | ONLINE       | SECONDARY   | 8.0.22         | | gr3         | ONLINE       | SECONDARY   | 8.0.22         | | gr2         | ONLINE       | SECONDARY   | 8.0.22         | | gr1         | ONLINE       | PRIMARY     | 8.0.22         | +-------------+--------------+-------------+----------------+ 5 rows in set (0.00 sec)I hope this blog post will be helpful to someone, who is learning or working with MySQL Group replication. Cheers! https://www.percona.com/blog/2021/04/19/mysql-group-replication-conversion-of-gr-member-to-async-replica-and-back-in-the-same-cluster/
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concertnews-blog · a year ago
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Recensie Beau Séjour seizoen 2 ★★★★1/2 VRT NU zondag 31 januari 2021
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Precies 4 jaar na het eerste seizoen van Beau Séjour dat met een immer uitmuntend acterende Lynn Van Royen in de hoofdrol ook internationaal hoge toppen scheerde, is de reeks die draait rond het mysterie waarom iemand om het leven kwam, terug. De spannende fictiereeks komt er voor één overigens geen moment te vroeg na voor VRT zondagavondnormen eerder zwakke reeksen als GR5 en Black-Out waar enkel Violet Braeckmans spel ons wat kon bekoren. Dat Beau Séjour qua reeks van een totaal ander niveau is, bewijst alvast het knappe werk dat Director of Photography Anton Mertens en monteur Bert Jacobs in de eerste aflevering gestoken hebben. Ook de begingeneriek van Isaac Gozin, begeleid door muziek van Het Zesde Metaal is van een compleet andere orde in vergelijking met andere recente series. Deze keer is het plaats delict van Beau Séjour geen hotel, maar de zeilboot van Maurice Teirlinck (Gene Bervoets in de rol van zijn leven) die op naam staat van zijn moeder Micheline. Op de boot werd naast slaapmiddelen en alcohol 30.000 euro cash gevonden.  
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nature-hiking · a month ago
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Dark skies over the mountains - GR5, June 2021
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nature-hiking · 10 months ago
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Alpine Ibex 11-15/? - GR5, June 2021
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nature-hiking · 5 months ago
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Into the canyon - GR5, June 2021
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nature-hiking · 5 months ago
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farmhouse with a view - GR5, June 2021
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nature-hiking · a month ago
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Forest stream 55/? - GR5, June 2021
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Ibex watching over the mountain lake - GR5, June 2021
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