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Re: Change NDB transaction behavior to mimic InnoDB
Posted by: Mikael Ronström
Date: April 14, 2016 06:29PM


Matthew Boehm Wrote:
> Hello,
> We have a Master/Slave cluster setup. Looking at
> binary logs on the master, I can see that many
> independent transactions get "bundled up" in to 1
> larger transaction.
> I can see "BEGIN; <several hundred DMLs>; COMMIT;"
> in the binlog of the master. We have
> autocommit=ON.
> With InnoDB, I would see "BEGIN; <1 DML>; COMMIT;"
> for each transaction.

Sounds like you are using statement-based replication
for InnoDB.

NDB uses row-based replication.

Rgrds Mikael Ronström

> How can I turn off this behavior in NDB so that
> each transaction is actually it's own
> transaction?
> I believe this is causing our consistency checks
> to report false-positives because things are being
> done out of order.
> Thanks,
> Matthew

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