[Bucardo-general] Procedures for changes to goat or herdmap entries

Adam Wendt thelsdj at gmail.com
Wed Apr 9 18:37:01 UTC 2008

This is just my personal experience, so Greg may have better suggestions:

1. Easiest I've found is to stop bucardo, ALTER TABLE on both the master and
the slave, then start bucardo again.

2. I've hacked around this by adding goats to a NEW herd(map) and then
create a NEW sync, then next time I redo my bucardo setup I include new
table in the existing sync.

Adam Wendt Consulting

On Wed, Apr 9, 2008 at 9:59 AM, Shepard, Ric (DFG) <ric.shepard at alaska.gov>

> Is there a recommended, step-by-step method, for getting a sync to work
> correctly after making a change to an included goat or its herdmap?  I'm
> specifically interested in two scenarios, both of which have recently been
> encountered in a  Master/Slave setup:
> 1. A new column is added to a table (goat) that is already included in a
> syncing herdmap.
> 2. New tables (goats) are added to an existing, syncing herdmap.
> In both cases, I managed to get Bucardo to replicate to the Slave but, in
> both cases, it took a bit of "futzing" to achieve success.
> Thanks for any help or direction.
> -Ric Shepard
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