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Without looking in detail to your configuration, I would bet that your problem is the kernel doing an Out of memory (OOM) kill: killing some of your ndbd, etc. processes. Those are usually logged to /var/log/messages, so you can confirm it easily. 128MB of ram, 32-bits I am not 100% sure if you can run an NDB cluster with those spects, but I can tell ...
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