While I was out at the MySQL conference last week, I heard that one of
the forthcoming MySQL features is "time-delayed replication":
That is, a standby configured such that replay lags a prescribed
amount of time behind the master.
This seemed easy to implement, so I did. Patch (for 9.2, obviously) attached.
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