Thanks Andrew for your answer. As I suspected, everything goes around the
management nodes, and config.ini. And thanks as well for the links! :)
2013/2/25 Andrew Morgan <andrew.morgan@stripped>
> Hi Aitor,
> The first thing to mention is that the config.ini file applies to the
> Cluster as a whole - you provide its location when starting the management
> node (ndb_mgmd) and then the management node will provide the config
> information to the rest of the nodes as they join the cluster. The my.cnf
> file is specific to an individual mysqld.
> To get your first Cluster started, here are a few resources:
> 1) Quick start guide:
> you want to get it quickly up and running by hand
> 2) Blog:
> manually get a cluster running over multiple hosts
> 3) Auto-installer:
> http://www.clusterdb.com/mysql-cluster/auto-installer-labs-release/ to
> use a browser-based GUI (not yet GA but a really nice tool)
> 4) Use MySQL Cluster Manager:
> you want a commercial tools which will help you with the ongoing
> management of your Cluster as well as the initial configuration. Available
> to try for free for 30 days.
> Regards, Andrew.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Aitor Cedres [mailto:zerpetofficial@stripped]
> > Sent: 25 February 2013 15:05
> > To: MySQL Cluster
> > Subject: Configuration for ndbd
> > Hi all.
> > I am new to MySQL Cluster, and I'm doing a basic installation in some
> > VMs with Debian 6 just to test if we actually want to migrate from
> > MySQL Server to Cluster. My doubt is related to Data nodes
> > configuration. In the installation
> > guide<http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.5/en/mysql-cluster-install-
> > configuration.html>
> > comes
> > an example for */etc/mysql/my.cnf *with this basic directives for Data
> > nodes:
> > [mysqld]
> > > # Options for mysqld process:
> > > ndbcluster
> > >
> > [mysql_cluster]
> > > # Options for MySQL Cluster processes:
> > > ndb-connectstring=10.0.1.10
> > Are these directives just enough for a production environment? I know
> > *ndbd* reads
> > also the configuration from the management node, but I feel like there
> > are something missing here (in my.cnf of data node).
> > I've been googling for some more directives to add here, but everything
> > I found is about adding stuff to *config.ini* in management node. Am I
> > missing something? What would you add to a *default* my.cnf in data
> > nodes?
> > Thanks in advance.
> > --
> > *Aitor Pérez*
> > Junior Web Developer at *Global Incubator*
Junior Web Developer at *Global Incubator*