High Latency Issue between Master -> Slave (MariaDB)

We are facing latency issues between Master and 2 Slave DB's.

Platform - GCP Installation - GCP Marketplace - MariaDB with Replication

Server Config - n1-standard-4 (4 vCPUs, 15 GB memory) Location - Mumbai Region, India

Following are the queries we have:- 1. If we increase the server config (vCPU's, Memory and HDD) will it help us with improving "latency" between Master and Slave 2. Is there a way we can avoid syncing of specific tables on slave? We want to avoid syncing log tables which has a lot of data. 3. We use Opencart with Redis/Elastic but the number of workers/crons running choke the db, hence what config is recommended? 4. If we move to CloudSQL will it help in improving the master>slave latency issues?

Answer Answered by Ian Gilfillan in this comment.

2) You can ignore specific tables or databases, with the replicate_ignore_db, replicate_ignore_table and related variant options. You can also selectively skip certain binlog items, as well as implement Parallel Replication.


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