Most efficient way to clone an AWS RDS database

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I have 2 MySQL databases running on a server called X and Y, which both have identical content. In this, I had a series of updates and after that, it compares the content of X with the content of Y in order to discover new rows, updated row data, etc.
I'm investigating the migration of these databases to Amazon RDS. What's the most efficient way to accomplish the process outlined above?
Apr 10 in Others by Kichu
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