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From:Adam Dixon Date:July 12 2005 6:45am
Subject:Re: Large Table maintainance
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> Yes, it would. Although I don't think you need to jump to cluster. Have
> you tried InnoDB tables?

Can you elaborate on how NDB would handle the deleting of rows in
comparison to MyISAM whilst maintaining the speed of which it returns
results.

Further to that, cluster is being considered as a method of scale, as
currently the one system with replicated is has too much going on, we
would like to distribute load whilst at the same time maintaining
redundancy.

Thanks
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Large Table maintainanceAdam Dixon12 Jul
  • Re: Large Table maintainanceStewart Smith12 Jul
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    • RE: Large Table maintainanceJonathan Miller12 Jul