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From:Andrew Morgan Date:October 27 2010 11:49am
Subject:RE: testing the cluster
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Hi Stefano by "SQL node" the documentation is referring to the MySQL Server (mysqld)
processes. To insert a row into the data node you insert it in the MySQL Server which
uses the NDB API to add the data to the data nodes. If you wanted to you could write a
C++ app to use the NDB API directly but that's more complex than using SQL.

 

Regards, Andrew.

 

From: stefano ppp [mailto:thgnss@stripped] 
Sent: 27 October 2010 12:44
To: Andrew Morgan
Cc: cluster@stripped
Subject: Re: testing the cluster

 

Hi andrew, and thank you for your help.
Your answer is clear and usefull, but the only thing i can't undestand is about the
sentence found in the documentation:

"The final thing you are likely to want to check is that all your SQL nodes are actually
working, so if you insert one row on one node, it does appear on all the others. You can
do this by logging in to each storage node and  inserting another row before selecting
all rows"

How can I log in to each storage node and insert another row on a table?

Thank you again
Regards
Stefano



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