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On Oct 27, 2010, at 13:12 , stefano ppp wrote:
> Hi Geert, and thanks for your help.
> I'm using MySQL5.0 because the system I'm working on always used Debian package and
> my boss prefere continuing in this way, so maybe there'll be no way to use MySQL Cluster
> 7.1 at moment. Do you really think this is a problem? I know there are a huge amount of
> improvement but maybe but I thought I could survive also without... am I wrong?
Your boss might have preferences, but MySQL 5.0 NDB should not be used. MySQL Cluster 7.1
and later is the way to go.
Maybe should stop using Debian and try Red Hat/CentOS for which we have RPMS? (We sadly
have no debian packages still).
> ok, I modified a record on one SQL Node and I saw the changes on the second SQL Node,
> so all is going right.
> Finally, so, the only thing i'm not understanding is about the sentence of the
> documentation I found:
> "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 nother row on a table?
From where do you paste this quote? Where in our manual is this?
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