----- Original Message -----
> From: "Charles Brown" <CBrown@stripped>
> I have two mysql instances in my mysql cluster. I noticed that their
> MysSQL.user tables do not have the same number of columns. Their
> USER table attributes are not the same. One instance has 39 columns
> while the other has 42 columns. Can someone please help me here.
> Could it be because I'm running mysql cluster? Can someone help me.
I take it you are indeed talking about NDB cluster ?
The MySQL instances in your NDB cluster are really just SQL-to-NDB translator, so running
NDB has nothing to do with the layout of your mysql.* table structure.
The most likely cause is simply different versions of MySQL on the nodes, followed by not
having run the mysql_upgrade script after you upgraded the software.
It's not a /major/ problem, really, but it is good to have the correct layout so you can
assing all the available privileges. See "man mysql_upgrade" for more information.
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