I changed the value of DataMemory as much as I could, but the error
(The table is full) remains. My Data base has 1 GB and I'm using only
two machines in the cluster. I'm thinking if I increase the number of
computers in the cluster the problem will finish. I'm not sure. I
would like to know if anyone worked with a large database (like 1GB)
on the cluster and if it works ok?? How was your cluster
In my case I don't know what can I do./
Thanks a lot!!
On Fri, 12 Nov 2004 08:49:37 +0100, Martin Skold <martin.skold@stripped> wrote:
> Hi Fabricio!
> Have you tried increasing the DataMemory for the storage nodes in the
> configuration file?
> Since MySQL Cluster currently stores all tables in main-memory the
> default settings are
> pretty conservative.
> -- Martin
> Fabricio Silva wrote:
> >Hi all,
> >I'm testing MySQL Cluster with a database about 1 Gbytes and I noticed
> >some strange things.
> >Firstly I create the table like:
> >create table customer ( c_custkey integer not null,
> > c_name varchar(25) not null,
> > c_address varchar(40) not null,
> > c_nationkey integer not null,
> > c_phone char(15) not null,
> > c_acctbal decimal(15,2) not null,
> > c_mktsegment char(10) not null,
> > c_comment varchar(117) not null)
> >I'm using some text files to feed the tables. So in mysql I use the command:
> >LOAD DATA INFILE '/home/.../customer.tbl' INTO TABLE customer FIELDS
> >TERMINATED BY '|' (for example).
> >And with some tables (customer too) an error appears saying that the
> >table is FULL.
> >I tryed to do this with single MySQL installation (without NDBCLUSTER
> >configuration) and I could insert all the text files on all tables
> >without problems.
> >Does anyone know why I have this error when I'm using MySQL Cluster?
> >MySQL Cluster has more limitations the MySQL without NDBCLUSTER
> >Please help me!!!!
> >It's really important I know this!!!
> >Thanks a lot!!
> Martin Sköld, Software Engineer
> MySQL AB, www.mysql.com
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