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Re: Durability of transactions in Cluster
Posted by: tim tim
Date: November 06, 2015 12:52AM

even in innodb,a change to a data in memeory is not fush to disk immedialey,but before to change the data,the redo log is witten to disk first,this is the WAL.In cluster also has this mechenism,you can visti this website get more information。

[How the Data nodes Commit Data/Logs to Disk/Memory???]
https://sites.google.com/site/kjalleda/mysqlclustertransactiondatahandling

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