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MySQL Geographic Multi-master Replication

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Can data be asynchronously replicated between 2 geographic MySQL clusters via a 1 Mb/sec internet connection?

What are the possible errors if updates are made at both locations?

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I never tried this before, but got curious and did a little research.  Looks like this is possible.  See http://scale-out-blog.blogspot.com/2012/04/if-you-must-deploy-multi-master.html
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