NDB Cluster : MySQL's Distributed MultiMaster Storage Engine

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MySQL Cluster: Problem Connecting the SQL node

In a MySQL cluster I have three hosts, one with a manager node, and the other two are each both a data node and sql node. Connecting to the manager is possible, however only as [ndbd] and not ...
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fast bulk incrementing in MySQL

I have one big table foobar describing a many-to-many-relation and containing millions of foo's, millions of bar's and every bar having several hundereds of foo's -> billions of rows. CREATE TABLE ...
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Slow-running query on clustered MySQL environment

I've got a very simple query, directly equivalent to SELECT * FROM sometable t WHERE somecol = 'somevalue' ORDER BY createdon DESC LIMIT 0,20000; When I run this query on my non-clustered ...
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MySQL Cluster LOAD DATA too slow

mysql-5.5.22 ndb-7.2.6 cluster 64bit running on Centos 6 with each node installed on the same Citrix Xen Server communicating via a virtual private network. Each node has 4GB of RAM, 4 vCPUs and 10GB ...
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Better diagnostics when starting ndb nodes?

I have an ubuntu linux server that uses mysql cluster 7.2.5 x64. Whenever I start an ndb node and check with ndb_mgm -e show, it stays in "starting" state for a long time. When I use top to check the ...
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Can't connect to MySQL Cluster Storage (data) nodes

I've deployed a MySQL Cluster with a few nodes, and I want to access the storage nodes directly from another machine using NDBAPI. When I tried to connect from the same host it worked, but when I try ...
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Redesigning a multi-instance MySQL server for performance and resiliency

I've got a single MySQL server which currently runs N separate MySQL instances on, which are rapidly growing beyond the capabilities of that box. Is it possible to have an active-active MySQL ...
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Dual management node for mysql clustering

I currently have mysql cluster setup and running. Here is my current setup: 1 - management node 2 - data nodes 2 - mysql nodes I wish to incorporate a failover for the management node. The ...
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MySQL row length is almost the triple of what I expect

I shamelessly took title and content from this question and adapted it to my similar yet different problem: This is the table I have: CREATE TABLE `test` ( `field1` MEDIUMINT(8) UNSIGNED NOT ...
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getting error while installing memcached_function

now i am working with memcached with mysql cluster 7.2 for that i am installed libevent-1.4.14b-stable.tar.gz memcached-1.4.5.tar.gz libmemcached-0.8.tar.gz then ...
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Unable to connect to MySQL cluster database

I am unable to connect to mysql cluster database after starting my management node, data node, mysql node. I made the necessary changes by adding the loadbalance in the dbURL. But I am not able to ...
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Need help configuring Memcached to store values in MySQL Cluster

I am working on a Memcached implementation with MySQL Cluster 7.2. I have installed and configured memcached with following parameters: PORT="11211" USER="mysql" MAXCONN="1024" CACHESIZE="1024" ...
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mysql, changing tables from myisam to ndb

Gents, Converting a table from myisam to ndb via: ALTER TABLE piwik_log_profiling ENGINE NDBCLUSTER; This will fail with: BLOB column 'query' can't be used in key specification with the used ...
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MySql cluster data node replication

What I'd like to do is to replicate data nodes within a cluster not only for backup/failover purposes but also for scale-out reasons. Is this possible? If not: why? If yes: how do I do it? Actually, ...
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MySQL Cluster RAM requirement

From MySQL 5.1, the data doesn't need to be entirely in memory anymore. I've read that the indexed columns (I think the entire index structure) must still be in memory (MySQL High Availability, 2010, ...
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What's the difference between master and slave nodes in MySQL Cluster?

I use MySQL Cluster 7.1.15a. I have 2 nodes, ndb_mgm -e shows: [ndbd(NDB)] 2 node(s) id=3 @X (mysql-5.1.56 ndb-7.1.15, starting, Nodegroup: 0, Master) id=4 @Y (mysql-5.1.56 ndb-7.1.15, ...
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MySQL Sharding vs MySQL Cluster

Considering performance only, can a MySQL Cluster beat a custom data sharding MySQL solution? sharding = horizontal partitioning When I refer to sharding, I'm considering sharding made in the ...
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MySQL statement in Project Voldemort site

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 ...
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Using all the CPU cores by NDBD and MySQL

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 ...
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Does mysqld --ndb-cluster need to be run on MySQL Cluster data nodes?

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 ...
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MySQL Cluster — Storing table data on data nodes [duplicate]

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 ...
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How do I configure a MySQL Cluster with a redundant mysqld host?

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 ...
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What are the benefits of using MySQL Cluster?

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?