On Wed, 24 Mar 2010 10:36:46 +0100, Hartmut Holzgraefe <Hartmut.Holzgraefe@stripped>
> Stewart Smith wrote:
> > The first challenge is getting the data there though. Typically, when
> > setting up a slave that's running NDB you can use ndb_restore to get to
> > a known state. Not so with innodb as the slave.
> This can be worked around by taking and restoring a schema-only dump
> using mysqldump (make sure ENGINE=ndb is either changed to innodb
> in the dump file or InnoDB is the default engine on the restore side
> and ndbcluster is not available there), and then using
> ndb_restore --print-data ...
> and LOAD DATA INFILE to restore the actual data?
There is something in the back of my mind on if this processes the log
entries in the backup as well as the data.....