Migrating GPG master keys as subkeys to new master key


Currently I have 3 private GPG pairs which are all master keys. I want
to convert these keys into subkeys for a new key pair (and keep that
in the vault).I have read the following thread
http://atom.smasher.org/gpg/gpg-migrate.txt which involes some sort of
hacking the binary file to convert one master key into a subkey and
replace it with another. Is it possible to combine my different keys
into a new single key pair so they still remain valid, and I can refer
people to signing my master k

I am moving to a new server and thinking about how to keep my 2
MySQL server data consistent is causing me to lose both sleep and
hair.
I was thinking about using a Master-Master setup to ensure
that I lose nothing in the process. How viable is that. Any potential
gotchas?

Databases

We are trying to do master master replication for DataBases and
Magento's DB is giving us issues:


Error 'Duplicate entry
'hle9agote6b43tvnrl3c3n9g76' for key 'PRIMARY' on query. Default
database: 'magento_d'. Query: 'INSERT INTO core_session
(session_expires, session_data,
session_id) VALUES ('1352860963',
'K6uI7suW8PVkzYh6wxLoKjy_gyxavZpSUfNN2QwDkjw85sRHcGN1EjDFHhOH22uof3qvTOwDUHJISln-f8jYENR6SDGZgSxYtzw_cqZZP0yVB1rY6WwMH-AEEHvJAhGeZWCv6-QEbQR1iA83KE0-nxgqcUR0KGpyFBt5LvWcX9osNXMFcrN5aPII3JXJQw4F2bprP_HiF2qNh3NqWsU4LBq3mLN9GYTaHBprLkeQ4LyOkpI0IL67jWuBnvc8wzg3eHWbbesETSXSgjv59mKJOmN2vqpabhBaqLgyItLDNLo4v8jotbf1evrKvpYT

Databases

I'm needing to replicate data from a primary Amazon RDS MySQL
database to another local server that acts as backup and a dev
testing db, but I'm not sure which approach to take. I know that
there are advantages and disadvantages of running Master-Master and
Master-Slave, but I'm not sure of all of the pros and cons.

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I was hoping that someone could enumerate these as well as to
actually offer an example of setting up the recommended scenario
appropriately in terms of config files and the what ports need to
communicate (I'm guessing 3306 will have to be forwarded), etc.

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So as noted below, since an actual Amazon RDS to remote
replication isn't an o

Databases

In SQL Server 2008 R2, If I alter the database master key do I have
to make any changes to certificates that change user data base
encryption keys. I have an annual update requirement.


So
if I do this:


USE [Master];
ALTER MASTER KEY
REGENERATE WITH ENCRYPTION BY PASSWORD =
'blah((blah&something';
GO

will it also
update keys encrypting all the the certificates that were created for
user database encryption keys?


is there a data loss
risk?


There are a lot of examples on how to make the
change but I'm having trouble finding on point commentary on this
speci

Databases
According to Debian, Alice's OFFLINE Master GPG key is used to perform
only three actions:Revoke subkeys and primary keysCreate new
subkeysIssue trust to other keysThus, an OFFLINE Master GPG key
attempts to make it more difficult for an adversary to perform the
above three actions using Alice's keys (e.g., costing 15 units of
work) without changing the difficulty of gaining Alice's ONline Secret
Encryption Key and Passphrase (e.g., costing 10 units of work).For
which adversaries, and
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Currently I have 3 private GPG pairs which are all master keys. I want
to convert these keys into subkeys for a new key pair (and keep that
in the vault).I have read the following thread
http://atom.smasher.org/gpg/gpg-migrate.txt which involes some sort of
hacking the binary file to convert one master key into a subkey and
replace it with another. Is it possible to combine my different keys
into a new single key pair so they still remain valid, and I can refer
people to signing my master k
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