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NDB Cluster : MySQL's Distributed MultiMaster Storage Engine

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A great place to get started with MySQL Cluster are these Quick Start guides: http://mysql.com/products/cluster/get-started.html#quickstart In terms of hardware profile, commodity servers are just fi …
answered Sep 30 '11 by Mat Keep
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To answer your specific question: master in this context means that it is this specific node that coordinates checkpoints and schema modification (create/drop/alter table) responsibility for data is …
answered Dec 22 '11 by Mat Keep
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MySQL Cluster is designed around 3 core principles: High availability (shared nothing, local and geographic replication, integrated heart-beating, automated failover and self-healing recovery, etc.) …
answered Jul 29 '11 by Mat Keep
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currently the maximum data set size is around 3TB, if you are using all in-memory data. You can increase that if you use disk-based tables MySQL Cluster also has very flexible replication to external …
answered Aug 24 '12 by Mat Keep
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MySQL Cluster stores indexed columns in memory, so the largest practical data size for an in-memory cluster is around 3GB. If you store tables with non-indexed columns on disk, then you can scale the …
answered Mar 13 '13 by Mat Keep
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Disclosure: I'm part of the MySQL Cluster product team The 255 node limit is for a single cluster. You could have multiples of these supporting your application, with replication between them. It is …
answered Dec 11 '11 by Mat Keep
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MySQL Cluster automatically replicates data nodes, based on the number of replicas and the number of data nodes you specify. Your tables are automatically sharded across these nodes, and updates are …
answered Feb 23 '12 by Mat Keep
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MySQL Cluster includes its own on-line (hot) backup tools: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.5/en/mysql-cluster-backup.html To further simplify administration, MySQL Cluster Manager 1.2, part of the …
answered Jan 22 '13 by Mat Keep
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MySQL Cluster checkpoints and logs in-memory data to disk (assuming you leave the default of checkpointing on). As these are streaming writes, fast HDDs are very efficient to handle this activity. Als …
answered Oct 23 '12 by Mat Keep