You need to backup everything you currently have redo ndbfs ect. If you have bin logs back
them up also.
----- Original Message -----
From: Andrew Hutchings <andrew.hutchings@stripped>
To: cluster@stripped <cluster@stripped>
Sent: Tue Jul 20 14:07:56 2010
Subject: Re: Is it possible to Restore after a --initial performed?
On 20/07/10 20:57, ismael Django wrote:
> I would like to know if it's possible to use LCP and Redo Log files to
> restore a MySQL cluster data.
> I use a tool that execute the command across my node so when I performed
> --initial (instead of nothing) it retart all my nodes and I lost all my
> Like my last backup is very old, i would kie to know if there is any chance
> to have my data back.
If you have a backup of the LCP and Redo (as well as the rest of the
ndbfs) then theoretically you should be able to start the data node
using this by replacing the ndbfs. If you mean the LCP and Redo
currently in the ndbfs that will be blank, nothing possible to restore
Andrew Hutchings, MySQL Senior Technical Support Engineer, Americas
Oracle Corporation UK Limited.
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