MySQL Cluster isn't certified or tested on Red Hat Cluster and so you'd be using it at
your own risk (people would try to help if you ran into problems but it would be
best-effort). Not heard of anyone that's tried it but there could be someone on this
> -----Original Message-----
> From: laehr mistry [mailto:laehr.mistry@stripped]
> Sent: 22 October 2010 08:32
> To: cluster@stripped
> Subject: MYSql Cluster with Redhat Clustering/GFS
> Hello All
> I need some advise on mysql clustering with red hat clustering
> I have 4-Mysqld nodes, 4-data nodes and 2-management servers. Can I have
> them on a Redhat Cluster/GFS?
> Is it a good idea or would there be conflicts in terms of quorum and
> instances. what is recommended and why?
> Thanks and Regards