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Re: cluster - replication
Posted by: Lars Thalmann
Date: December 16, 2004 11:44AM

To just give a very quick feel of it:

MySQL Cluster uses synchronous replication. As soon as some data has
been committed, all mysqld see the same information. This can be used
when the network is fast. Currently MySQL Cluster is main-memory based,
so the table size is limited to size of main memory.

Replication is asynchronous. This can be used also on slow networks. It works
for all storage engines, so you can replicate e.g. InnoDB, NDB, MyISAM tables.

Best wishes,
Lars

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