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This is a good summary: http://fromdual.com/mysql-cluster-memory-sizing Most memory buffers are preallocated in memory to avoid latency issues when reserving huge chunks of memory.
With noofreplicas=2 and two nodes, you will have 2/2 = 1 nodegroup, meaning that you have no sharding at all (or one shard, as you prefer). All your partitions will be in both nodes. Your cluster will provide you high availability and better read throughup, but not write scaling. What you show are the statistics for the table users, if you have not defined ...
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