I past the quote from here:
at the end of the page.
2010/10/27 Geert Vanderkelen <geert.vanderkelen@stripped>
> Oops, seems I left out the mailing list.
> 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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