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Increasing Capacity using MySql Cluster
Posted by: ds pg
Date: December 03, 2012 02:34PM


I'm considering migrating from mySql to mySql Cluster, since I have the impression that this might be the solution for my current capacity limitation.

Please, let me know if I'm addressing my inquiry to the wrong department!! If so, please accept my apologies.

Currently using one DELL XPS workstation as single server and storage, with 4 x 1Tb disks for storage (pure data, OS & mysql itself stored in a 5th disk)
Planning to set up a second similar server

The situation is as follows:
-I DO need the double amount of storage and processing capacity
-I DONT need duplicating data across the two nodes
-I DO need ONE single "interface" to data stored those two nodes -> that's why i thought of clustering

I'd RATHER HAVE data split as per my convenience (means, precisely know which table is stored where)

And my doubts:

* Is this possible?
* Should I configure two groups, one node each?
* Some readings you would recommend

Thanks in advance!

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