Add Missing Instance To InnoDB Cluster Using Mysqlsh With -- CLONE Option
(Doc ID 2742351.1)
Last updated on JANUARY 07, 2021
Applies to:MySQL Server - Version 8.0 and later
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Want to ensure the following method will not interrupt availability:
JS > cluster.addInstance('replication@grppospd1:24801');
NOTE: A GTID set check of the MySQL instance at 'grppospd1.oracle.com:24801' determined that it is missing transactions that were purged from all cluster members.
Please select a recovery method [C]lone/[A]bort (default Abort):
Would like to use the clone method.
Node 1 is missing, it is the one I am trying to add.
Node 2 is the current RW primary node.
Node 3 is the node I want to clone from.
Version MySQL 8.0.21
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