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Re: MYSQL Cluster backups
Posted by: David Ashman ()
Date: October 27, 2016 11:53AM

By default, they're written to <datadir>/BACKUP/BACKUP-<backupid> on every data node. You'll need to collect all the pieces from every data node to have a complete backup.

You'll ideally want to set BackupDataDir to different storage than your datadir for production use. If the backup fills up the disk, it will kill the node. This is especially bad since the backup writes to all data nodes and could potentially fill/crash them at once ;).

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MYSQL Cluster backups 461 John Jones 10/27/2016 10:35AM
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