gtid_domain_id

Used with global transaction ID to identify logically independent replication streams. When events can propagate through multiple parallel paths (for example multiple masters), each independent source server must use a distinct domain_id. For simple tree-shaped replication topologies, it can be left at its default, 0.

See also: System Variables in 10.5 ES, in 10.5 CS, in 10.4 ES, in 10.4 CS, in 10.3 ES, in 10.3 CS, in 10.2 ES, and in 10.2 CS

DETAILS

PARAMETERS

Command-line

--gtid_domain_id=#

Configuration file

Supported

Dynamic

Yes

Scope

Global, Session

Data Type

INT UNSIGNED

Minimum Value

0

Maximum Value

4294967295

Default Value

0

SkySQL Default (Analytical 10.5)

0

SkySQL Default (Analytical/Multi 10.5)

0

SkySQL Default (Cluster 10.4)

0

SkySQL Default (Cluster 10.5)

0

SkySQL Default (HTAP 10.5)

1

SkySQL Default (Primary/Replica 10.4)

0

SkySQL Default (Primary/Replica 10.5)

0

SkySQL Default (Standalone 10.4)

0

SkySQL Default (Standalone 10.5)

0

SkySQL Default (Xpand 10.5)

1

See MariaDB SkySQL documentation to learn more about the MariaDB SkySQL database as a service.

CHANGE HISTORY

Release Series

History

10.5 Enterprise

  • Present starting in MariaDB Enterprise Server 10.5.3-1.

10.5 Community

  • Present starting in MariaDB Community Server 10.5.0.

10.4 Enterprise

  • Present starting in MariaDB Enterprise Server 10.4.6-1.

10.4 Community

  • Present starting in MariaDB Community Server 10.4.0.

10.3 Enterprise

  • Present starting in MariaDB Enterprise Server 10.3.16-1.

10.3 Community

  • Present starting in MariaDB Community Server 10.3.0.

10.2 Enterprise

  • Present starting in MariaDB Enterprise Server 10.2.25-1.

10.2 Community

  • Present starting in MariaDB Community Server 10.2.0.

EXTERNAL REFERENCES