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From:Rick James Date:March 7 2013 11:14pm
Subject:RE: MySQL Cluster Solution
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What do _you_ mean by " a new High Availability solution"?

See also Percona Cluster.  It uses InnoDB (XtraDB), so that might be zero change for you.  Oops, except that you should check for errors after COMMIT.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Johan De Meersman [mailto:vegivamp@stripped]
> Sent: Thursday, March 07, 2013 7:06 AM
> To: Neil Tompkins
> Cc: [MySQL]
> Subject: Re: MySQL Cluster Solution
> 
> ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Neil Tompkins" <neil.tompkins@stripped>
> > Subject: MySQL Cluster Solution
> >
> > I've used in the past MySQL Community Server 5.x.  Everything is
> fine,
> > however I'm now wanting to implement a new High Availability solution
> > and am considering MySQL Cluster.  However, I heard that MySQL
> Cluster
> > doesn't support store procedures ?  Are there any other restrictions
> I
> > need to be aware of.
> 
> It is a completely different product, Neil, which just happens to also
> have a gateway for MySQL. It is not 'just another storage engine' -
> study it hard, and do extensive testing before you even consider
> switching.
> 
> That is not to say that it might not be a good match for your needs;
> just that it's not a quick switch.
> 
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MySQL Cluster SolutionNeil Tompkins7 Mar
  • Re: MySQL Cluster SolutionJohan De Meersman7 Mar
    • RE: MySQL Cluster SolutionRick James7 Mar
  • RE: MySQL Cluster SolutionAndrew Morgan7 Mar