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Regd MySQL Cluster Startup phases
Posted by: Balasubramanian Azhagappan
Date: June 30, 2005 07:39AM

We are currently checking, how much time it takes for the Mysql Cluster to startup.

right now we have 5 Million entries in 6 tables, with each each row(from each table)added up gives around 1084KB.
total size comes around 10GB of data in Memory when loaded.

We have a configured 7 machines in the cluster each machine, of which 2 machines with 12GB RAM is configured for the ndbd daemons and the rest 5 machines is alloted for the daemon.

node3, node5 are in 1 of the ndbd machine and
node2 and node4 are in another ndbd machine.

We have set the
NoOfDiskPagesToDiskDuringRestartTUP=500 (around 40MB)
NoOfDiskPagesToDiskDuringRestartACC=500 (around 40MB)

and we have a 15K-RPM SCSI harddisk in the ndbd machines.

During our observation, we found that the following major time consuming phases

1. IndexActivation takes around 3-4Mins
2. LocalCheckPoint after Step3(System Restart) takes 13-14Mins
3. Index Rebuild done - takes 3.4Mins

Totalling to around 23-24Mins.

I would like to know whether it is possible to bring the start up time within 10 mins including all the above 3 major phases.

If not, is it possible to skip the LocalCheckPoint during restart.

Thanks in advance.


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