Performing row-based replication from Cluster to another database where the
tables are stored using InnoDB or MyISAM is certainly a valid option.
Here are a couple of Blogs that cover that topic:
The limitations are documented here:
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Savino, Candice [mailto:CSavino@stripped]
> Sent: 17 March 2010 15:08
> To: MySQL Cluster Mailing List
> Subject: Replication from a cluster
> What would be the most stable way of moving data from a cluster to a
> only db? If I did row based replication from ndb to an innodb engine
> that stable? I know that statement based replication will not work
> ndb. Is it more stable to do row based replication from a cluster to a
> only cluster?
> Thank you,