Is there any way to have a synchronous secondary database for wordpress blog?

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  • #369800

    rpwtinfo
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    Hello, I have my own wordpress based blog and it’s using a mysql database on local server. Besides daily backups, I want to if there’re some methods/plugins to have a synchronous secondary mysql database on a remote backup server? I mean whatever I add/delete or change something, two databases will be the same.

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    #369897

    sambauers
    Member

    You did not specify a blog address or reason for posting when you created this topic.

    This support forum is for WordPress.com hosted blogs only. If you have a self-hosted WordPress blog you need to seek help at the WordPress.org forums, not here.

    If you don’t understand the difference, you may find this information helpful.

    #369922

    manojbe
    Member

    rpwtinfo,

    If you have a blog at wordpress.com, you dont have to worry about your content at all! WordPress manages all our content over multiple databases across many servers at different locations! Which means, not only is your content distributed worldwide, easy to access to anyone from anywhere in the world, it also means that your content is safe.

    If you are still so concerned about your content, (and you are proficient in PHP or any web languages) you can build an RSS reader which does the job for you. But IMHO, its not at all necessary.

    And if you have a self-hosted blog (not on wordpress.com) then you’ll find several plugins to do the job for you. :-) Search here: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins

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