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From:PeterWR Date:May 25 2003 2:15am
Subject:Re: MySQL on a Windows cluster?
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Look into chapter 4.10 about replication, where You can keep more MySQL
continously up-to-date. Further You might consider MySQL-max if You need
various special features - You can reed more for MySQL-max on

Best regards

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From: "Randy Barger" <randy_barger@stripped>
To: <mysql@stripped>; <win32@stripped>
Sent: Sunday, May 25, 2003 4:04 AM
Subject: MySQL on a Windows cluster?

> Hi all.  I'm new to the list (and to MySQL), and I have a question.
> I've looked through the list archives, the newsgroups, and the
> documentation, but haven't been able to find an answer (which leads me
> to believe that it's probably not possible yet).
> I have a client who desires to create a highly available MySQL server.
> The database currently resides on a Win2K server, and the client would
> like to cluster the server (shared storage using MSCS).  Is there a way
> to get this to work with MySQL, or is it simply not possible yet?  My
> assumption is the latter, but if it's possible, please direct me to
> instructions or documentation.
> Thanks!
> Randy Barger
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MySQL on a Windows cluster?Randy Barger25 May
  • Re: MySQL on a Windows cluster?PeterWR25 May