So with myisam tables I can do active/active on the same database with shared data? Or is it the inram database that is shared-nothing?
From: Tom Mornini [mailto:tmornini engineyard com]
Sent: Sat Nov 25 10:33:20 2006
To: linux clustering
Subject: Re: [Linux-cluster] Using mysql cluster with GFS on RHEL 4
It only works with MyISAM tables.
The advantage over master/slave is that you can
read and write to both of them, have have identical
results between the two, allowing complete load
On Nov 25, 2006, at 7:11 AM, sara sodagar wrote:
> According to
> to use GFS , we can only have one mysql active.
> What are the advantages of useing this technique over
> master/salve in mysql?
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