Mikael Ronström wrote:
> MySQL replication can be used with MySQL Cluster if all updates are
> from one MySQL server in the Master. Since MySQL replication is
> SQL statements it is not possible to create the correct order of
> events on the
> slave side if several MySQL servers simultaneously updates the same data.
> It is possible also to use MySQL replication for MySQL Cluster with
> several MySQL
> servers if each server replicates disjunct parts.
If I had a cluster of, say, 4 DB nodes (NoOfReplicas=2) then this would
mean that to replicate, I would need another 4 DB nodes, each configured
to replicate from a single one of the primary group, right? If so,
that's perfect for what we would want. We currently use bidirectional
replication with innodb tables (M<=>M) but only send updates to one of
the masters at any given time. This makes fail over very easy. Would a
similar setup be possible with a cluster?