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Default Circular Replication

Hi,

I have setup the circular replication and testing it out to find if that fits my need.

Nodes A, B, C, D are set up and Replication is like A -> B -> C -> D and D -> A.

I tried stopping nodeC and inserted a conflicting row on both A and D, then brought node C up. Not the replication broke. Deleting the conflicting row from both A and D nodes doesn't help. I am lost, how do I have the replication resume across all nodes now?

I see slave SQL thread not running on both A and D.

Can someone shed lights on this?

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