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Re: MySQL Cluster for RT3.x (Request Tracker)
Posted by: Jonathan Miller
Date: July 04, 2005 08:49AM

Torsten,

> 1. The RT3 needs InnoDB as Table Format, the Cluster needs NDBCluster Format, can i run also InnoDB within the Cluster?

Yes, you can have a mix of NDB and InnoDB. For performance it would proabably be best to have the InnoDB on a different server then one hosting a cluster data node.

For example:
................................................web server........................................
.......................................................↕..............................................
.........――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
.........↕.............................↕...............................↕.................................↕
.....Mysqld.......................NDB............................ NDB........................ndb_mgmd
....(InnoDB)..................(data node)..................(data node)
(also attaches -)
(to cluster)


This is just an example. There are many different ways this could be setup.

>3. More for the MySQL Freak: Can i set up the Cluster in this way? Can i use the SQL Node on the same nodes (Storage Nodes) or do i have to move them to the Management Node?

You do not have to move them, but see above about performance.

Thanks,

Jonathan Miller
Austin, Texas USA
Senior QA Developer

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