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From:Johan De Meersman Date:May 7 2012 7:34am
Subject:Re: Myisam won't support replication in an MySQL Cluster environment
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> From: "Charles Brown" <CBrown@stripped>
> 
> Interestingly, over the years, I've been reading your postings and
> threads - without a doubt you're a major contributor. You've been
> very resourceful and helpful to your peers. We may never know what
> caused you to violently snap this time. However, I would encourage

Interestingly, if you *had* been following so closely over the years, you'd know both that
this isn't "violently snapping" at all - I've seen him explode much worse; *and* that you
should both provide relevant data as well as actually bother to read people's answers if
you expect help.

> you to continue to be nice and respectful to others -- particularly
> others you don't know. While this forum provides an excellent
> opportunity for us to exchange and share our experiences in MySQL,
> yet we expect everyone to conduct themselves politely and restrain
> from ideological overtures. The thought that an intelligent
> individual like you would bring himself this low flies in the face
> of all rational behavior.

That's a whole lot of quite good managementspeak - and just as meaningless.

I've seen your threads over the past couple of weeks, and have come to the same conclusion
as Harald: you keep reposting the same inane question, all the while blatantly ignoring
any and all relevant and informative replies you get from knowledgeable and experienced
DBAs, highly specialised consultants and people from the actualy MySQL support alike. The
main difference between his and my reaction to the kind of behaviour you are showing is
that he get annoyed, whereas I simply ignore the thread.

The answer to your question has been posted repeatedly. There is also perfectly good
documentation available, yet you choose to ignore both and keep reposting the same thing
over and over again, giving no indication of any form of comprehension whatsoever.

Go read the documentation, go search the internet, and if you *still* have issues, come
back here and ask intelligent questions instead of things you find in the first few pages
of any introductory paper. This list consists of volunteers who freely provide their
expertise, spending their time and asking nothing in return. It is NOT your personal
helpdesk.


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