Destination Maria Database #
replicant-cli will be referred to as the
$REPLICANT_HOME directory in the proceeding steps.
I. Set up Connection Configuration #
$REPLICANT_HOME, navigate to the sample MariaDB connection configuration file:
- Make the necessary changes as follows:
type: MARIADB host: localhost #Replace localhost with your MariaDB host port: 57565 #Replace the 57565 with the port of your host username: "replicant" #Replace replicant with the username of your user that connects to your MariaDB server password: "Replicant#123" #Replace Replicant#123 with your user's password max-connections: 30 #Specify the maximum number of connections replicant can open in MariaDB max-retries: 10 #Number of times any operation on the system will be re-attempted on failures. retry-wait-duration-ms: 1000 #Duration in milliseconds replicant should wait before performing then next retry of a failed operation
Make sure the specified user has
CREATE TEMPORARY TABLEprivileges on the catalogs/schemas into which replicated tables should be created.
If you want Replicant to create catalogs/schemas for you on the target MariaDB system, then you also need to grant
CREATE SCHEMAprivileges to the user.
If this user does not have
CREATE DATABASEprivilege, then create a database manually with name
io_blitzzand grant all privileges for it to the user specified here. Replicant uses this database for internal checkpointing and metadata management.
The database/schema of your choice on a different instance of your choice name can be configured using the metadata config feature. For more information, see Metadata Configuration.
II. Set up Applier Configuration #
$REPLICANT_HOME, naviagte to the sample MariaDB applier configuration file:
Make the necessary changes as follows:
snapshot: threads: 32 #Specify the maximum number of threads Replicant should use for writing to the target batch-size-rows: 10_000 #Specify the size of a batch txn-size-rows: 1_000_000 #Determines the unit of an applier-side job #If bulk-load is used, Replicant will use the native bulk-loading capabilities of the target database bulk-load: enable: true|false #Set to true if you want to enable bulk loading type: FILE|PIPE #Specify the type of bulk loading between FILE and PIPE serialize: true|false #Set to true if you want the generated files to be applied in serial/parallel fashion #For versions 20.09.14.3 and beyond native-load-configs: #Specify the user-provided LOAD configuration string which will be appended to the s3 specific LOAD SQL command
For a detailed explanation of configuration parameters in the applier file, read Applier Reference.