Bug #3513 No replication information in MySQL Administrator
Submitted: 20 Apr 2004 3:13 Modified: 1 Aug 2004 0:44
Reporter: Jochen Witte Email Updates:
Status: Closed Impact on me:
Category:MySQL Administrator Severity:S3 (Non-critical)
Version:1.0.2b-alpha OS:Linux (Linux)
Assigned to: Alfredo Kojima CPU Architecture:Any

[20 Apr 2004 3:13] Jochen Witte
I have a master/slave configuration but there is no replication information in "Replication Status". My master reports:

Id: 2, Port: 0, Kind: Master, Status: New Instance, Log-File: yoda-bin.081, Log Pos. 5410135

My slave:
Id: 1, Port: 0, Kind: Master, Status: New Instance, Log-File: batman-bin.298, Log Pos. 4

Replication works without problems.

How to repeat:
Well, set up a master/slave configuration and start mysql-administrator ;)
[12 May 2004 11:09] Steffen Schlaer
I have the same problem. Master and Slave are working under linux and I am using MySQL Administrator 1.0.3 alpha on WindowsXP Professional Client.
[16 Jun 2004 5:03] Alfredo Kojima
Steffen: you need to start your slaves with the --report-host option (see http://dev.mysql.com/doc/mysql/en/SHOW_SLAVE_HOSTS.html) or set the "Report Host" option in Startup Variables --> Replication, in Administrator. If that still does not work, please leave a note here.

Jochen: if you do have report-host set as in my previous note, this is a bug and I'll be working on it, so it should be fixed in the next release.
[1 Aug 2004 0:44] Alfredo Kojima
Closing bug since it has been fixed and there was no additional comments indicating the problem persists.