Setting up a MySQL cluster 7.0 in Redhat based linux

Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Mar 7, 2010 4:48 PM EDT
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MySQL Cluster is used to provide high-availability, high-redundancy for the distributed computing environment. You might know that beginning with MySQL 5.1.24, support for the NDBCLUSTER storage engine was removed from the standard MySQL server binaries built by MySQL. Therefore, here I’m using MySQL Cluster edition instead of MySQL Community edition. I’m using 3 servers (1 Management and 2 data) to setup cluster in CentOS 5.4 Linux box. The steps mentioned here can be used for quickly deploying a cluster and worked out for me but no guarantee that this will work for you, So its always advisable to go through official MySQL guide as well for production environment. In case you are also riding on cloud computing wave, I’ve already blogged way to setup MySQL cluster in Amazon EC2 environment.

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