I've just entered Project Voldemort (a NoSQL key-value datastore) site, and saw something interesting: "Unlike MySQL replication, both reads and writes scale horizontally" Well, seems like ...
We are running MariaDB which is a fork of MySQL with NDB cluster engine. The cluster includes one mysql node and two ndb data nodes. While benchmarking the cluster, we are trying to make a bottleneck ...
I have my management node and sql node on the same server, and 2 data nodes (3 machines in total). Do I need to run ./mysqld --ndb-cluster (or /etc/init.d/mysql-server start) on 1) the data nodes, or ...
Possible Duplicate: MySQL Cluster — Storing table data on data nodes I have setup MySQL Cluster with the MySQL server node and the Management node on a single server, and 2 data nodes ...
this is my first post here, so go easy on me. I'm trying to rebuild my data architecture (which is currently a set of one primary MySQL server and a redundant fallback; the tables are primarily ...
I have never dipped my hands in MySQL Cluster and want to know how it can benefit me. When is it best to use it, and does it have performance benefits?