> 240 mysql-servers?
> why there is no consolidation?
I said 240+ mysql *instances*, not servers. It's actually just 3
physical servers (not counting standby cluster nodes).
> > just need a way to make the same thing work with InnoDB.
> this is simply impossible
That is very unfortunate.
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