is there a guide explaining how to set up mysqld processes as API to the cluster? I'm
running a 4-machine cluster (1,2,3, and 4 are the creative names, eh?). in config.ini,
machine 1: 1 MGM, 1 DB, 1 API
machine 2: 1 DB, 1 API
machine 3: 1 DB, 1 API
machine 4: 1 DB, 1 API
on machine 1....
10.0.199.150 10000 #mgmt server IP
but when I run an 'ALL STATUS' in the management, I don't see any API nodes listed at all.
is it like the DB nodes, where you have to start them all up to get one of them to start?
or have I put my Ndb.cfg in the wrong place? do I have to explicitly use the --ndbcluster
option on mysqld, or can I use it in the my.cnf like I am? the API setup part of the
cluster admin guide is very shaky...a couple sentences long...
can anyone help me out?