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From:Stewart Smith Date:July 1 2006 6:27am
Subject:RE: cluster replication in 4.1.16
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On Fri, 2006-06-30 at 10:03 -0700, Yong Lee wrote:
> Thanks for the feedback everyone.  I was looking into using the replication
> to do point in time recovery to protect against some stability issues I was
> seeing with my 4.x setup where the ndb nodes seem to have occasional
> problems in recovering from power outages or general server shutdowns.
> Oftentimes one node would start but the other wouldn't or they would only
> start one at a time or I'd have to resort to re-initializing the data nodes
> (yuch).  
> 
> I guess the way to go is to upgrade my server to take advantage of all the
> good work you guys are doing.

Yes.

My guess is that 5.0 and 5.1 are a lot better in these scenarios. We've
certainly done a lot of work since 4.1.
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