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merge? replicate? synch? federated tables? mysqldumps?

merge? replicate? synch? federated tables? mysqldumps?

merge? replicate? synch? federated tables? mysqldumps?


I have 3 client tables I would like to merge into a single one in the central server.

Those client tables won't have conflicting PK.

I thought of federated tables, but network sortages really ARE an issue, so I dismissed it. The approach should be able to store data locally, but send it to the server when available, and the server would store it altogether in a single table.

What would be the best approach to it?

I am using mysql.

Thank you

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