I've got cluster running on 5 computers, 1 MGM, 2 DB, 2 API, and things
look good when I make small changes to existing tables. I submitted a
bugreport concerning creating and dropping tables - it is not
propagating from one API node to the other unless I restart the mysqld
process on the API node that didn't originate the create / drop query.
However I've got another problem now too ...
I have a large table that I'm attempting to import (180 mil rows, just
over 1G of text), but for starters I've cut off just the first 1MB of
data (in text format). When I try to load it via a single *very* long
insert statement, the DB nodes in the cluster simultaneously crash,
Date/Time: Wednesday 7 July 2004 - 17:31:37
Type of error: error
Message: No more free UNDO log
Fault ID: 2312
Problem data: There are more than 1Mbyte undolog writes outstanding
Object of reference: DBACC (Line: 8600) 0x00000002
ProgramName: NDB Kernel
I've looked at
see if I could find a config setting to change, but this is the only
information I could find.
"Another important aspect is that the |DataMemory| also contains UNDO
information for records. For each update of a record a copy record is
allocated in the |DataMemory|."
I modified 'DataMemory' to 200M and 'IndexMemory' to 100M, hoping that
this would help, but recieved the same error, only 1 Mbyte undo log.
Is there a way to change the size of the Undo log ?