--- Jimmy Guerrero <jguerrero@stripped> wrote:
> Just to make sure we separate the two...
> > mysql cluster that preforms reads on all the
> slaves, and writes only on
> the master.
> The above can be used to describe a typical use case
> for MySQL Replication.
> In a MySQL Cluster there is no need to load-balance
> your reads and writes.
> Jimmy Guerrero
> MySQL, Inc
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Winn Johnston
> > Sent: Monday, July 24, 2006 3:26 PM
> > To: mysql@stripped
> > Subject: mysql + LVS
> > How stable has it become to run an instance of
> mysql ontop of
> > a LVS cluster to produce a massively parrallel
> system to be
> > used for huge databases?
> > Back in the day i remember tyring to do it with
> mosix, not
> > sure where they are now a days. but either way i
> am looking
> > for some current information on the subject.
> > I know this differs from the idea that you can
> have a mysql
> > cluster that preforms reads on all the slaves, and
> > only on the master.
> > thanks
> > winn johnston
ok so LVS is not what i am looking for. I have been
reading about some software hacks that allow mysql to
use shared memory spread out over a few machines.
Huge database, over 7 million records. And a high
ratio of writes vs reads. Idealy i would like to have
the entire database in RAM. Does anyone have any
experience running a database this big? can anyone
offer a suitalbe setup? I have taken a look at the
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