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Re: MySQL Cluster and Windows Server 2003
Posted by: hector isais
Date: August 01, 2007 03:24PM

Actually you can use GA version for that matter... I have mysql cluster in 2003 and it works perfectly well...


1) Install mysql in server 1 (the one with the resources active) with the data path pointing to the shared disk, any folder you prefer. Just one thing... make the service startable MANUAL

1.1) Important... Make sure data paths are REALLY pointing to shared disk. In my case, only innodb path were pointing there, while the data path was pointing to a local c: data path.

2) move the resources to the other server... shutdown server 1, stop cluster, anyway you want

3) install mysql again in server 2, same path and services considerations

4) Almost done.... now you use cluster manager to add a resource, generic service and in the service name, type MySQL with no parameters

5) Enjoy!!

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Re: MySQL Cluster and Windows Server 2003
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