Setting up a MySQL Cluster for your Linux desktop

Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Nov 3, 2009 12:20 PM EDT
Linux Gazette; By Mark Nielsen
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MySQL Cluster has come a long way in the 4 years since I experimented with it. Compared to when I first got the cluster working on my home computer, I didn't have to change much get the latest version up and running. So, what is MySQL Cluster? It is a database solution which tries to solve high availability issues by using multiple synchronous masters (for the lack of a better phrase) in a shared-nothing environment. In order to solve a lot of the latency issues associated with multiple masters, it keeps all the indexed data in memory to enable fast processing of the data.

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