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MYSQL, log shipping for multiple DB

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Hello,
  I have multiple DB on mySQL server. Currently, only one log-bin file is generated. Is it possible to have a  log-bin for each Database.

Also, if you have one log-bin for all DB . The what would be the syntax for mySQLlogbin to restore the logs for a particular DB


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With mysqld_multi, a separate section can be created for each database specifying separate path and logs. This will create separate instances of MySQL for each db.

Also, mysqlbinlog command with database option can separate log entries for a database, even though we use the same log for multiple databases.
   > mysqlbinlog   binlog.00001  --database=testdb123
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