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Distribute records on different MySQL databases - MySQL Proxy alternative

My scenario is the following: Right now I am using one big MySQL database with multiple tables to store user data. Many tables contain auto increment columns. I would like to split this into 2 or ...
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generate unique primary key for all clients from the local database and NOT the server

I'm using MySQL Innodb database to work as a distributed database among many places and also each place will work offline but at the end all the data will be centralized in one server, I want to ...
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Machine learning database Big data

Which databases can I use for storing object features for machine learning use case, in case of Big data? To explain a bit more - object features basically represent an object in a form of an array ...
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Upgrading Remote Distributor in SQL Server Replication

I'm upgrading my remote distributor from 2005 to 2008r2, it is performing transactional replication only. this is a prerequisite to completing an upgrade of the Publisher to 2008r2. Script ...
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Distributing MS Access Database

I develop an application that saves records in MS Access DB. Each user has it own DB copy on his local machine, and there is a central DB that reflects all the copies from everyone. The central DB is ...
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OrientDB distributed architecture

Technically this question could relate to any database that performs in a similar distribute manner but given that I am specifically working with OrientDB I thought the question should be target as ...
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Error on cassandra-3.11.3-1.noarch centos7

I've a cluster consisting of 5 cassandra nodes. The cassandra version used is cassandra-3.11.3-1.noarch The keyspace strategy and is defined as follows: CREATE KEYSPACE my_keyspace WITH ...
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Is a distributed database needed for a low-data use, quick read, low write, AP system?

this may not be the proper place to ask this question, but I was not welcome posting it on StackOverflow so I thought this may be a good place. If this is the wrong place, please refer me to the right ...
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NuoDB - Where's the catch?

I've been reading on the promise of an ACID compliant database management system without sacrificing horizontal scaling capabilities. Where is the catch? Which part of the CAP theorem did they choose ...
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Git as distributed and decentralized storrage with regard to ACID and CAP

When using Git to store documents distributed and decentralized it can be considered as a database. How would the ACID properties and the CAP theorem correspond to git in this case? I think one has ...
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What's an example of a Distributed Database Query?

Since I may not come across or get a chance to use a distributed database system. I would like to understand an example of a Distributed Database Query. I know that in a distributed system, you have ...
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Is it possible to have a partition to distribute transaction load horizontally in SQL Server 2016?

In Cassandra, you can have a partition key to align partitions to particular server nodes. My understanding is that you can distribute transactional responsibility horizontally in SQL Server 2016 (...
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Implementing a unique primary key for distributed databases

I've got an issue to find a way to create a global primary key to a given relation (namely "Patient") In a distributed database there are three local sub-systems: surgery department, emergency ...
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Does the consistency part of the CAP theorem apply to updates and not first-time writes?

Using this definition of the CAP theorem: Consistency All database clients see the same data, even with concurrent updates. Availability All database clients are able to access some version of ...