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- Clustering mySQL
August 6, 2006, 8:16 am
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I'm new to mySQL. Is it possible to cluster mySQL on a Windows 2003
cluster. I need to create HI reliability mySQL database that IIS connects
to , so I created Windows 2003 Cluster with clustered IIS but I'm now stuck
on how to cluster mySQL. If clustering is not an option can I install mySQL
on both nodes and have data base on the shared drive then use script to
determine which node is active and connect to database file.
Re: Clustering mySQL
I have no experience with Windows 2003 Cluster, but MySQL has its own
clustering solution for high availability and scalability. I don't have
any experience with it, so all I can do is point you to the docs:
Be sure to download the latest MySQL 5.0.24, which just came out a
couple of days ago. The change logs suggest it includes many minor
bugfixes related to clustering.
No, don't do that. Always make MySQL read its data from local files.
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