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Re: Can mysql-cluster form a geographical datacenter?
Posted by: George lin
Date: December 07, 2015 10:25PM

Thanks Sir Jon's answering all possible cases,
I want to try to build two geographical mysql-cluster data center, each location's data center can save new customer's imcoming data,
so your answer's first case of replicating mysql-cluster cann't allow a slave mysql-cluster to get new data, and cann't realize two geographical data center, can it?

On 2nd case of have data nodes in two places, why cann't it succeded?
according to mysql5.6 document's explanation, the data nodes's survival juding heartbeat can over 1 day and even up to about 49 days, so have you tried to adjust the data node heartbeat's setting to build a geographical datacenter, which has data nodes set in two long place?

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