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RE: [Linux-cluster] MySQL Cluster



If you need high select- performance but only moderate update/insert/delete,

then it's easy and robust way to:

- cluster master-db as active-hot standby (with RHCS)

- use mysql proxy to split selects and run many slaves for selects in loadbalance pool behind
one VIP

- use bin- replication master --> slaves



-hpj
  


-----Original Message-----
From: linux-cluster-bounces redhat com on behalf of Tiago Cruz
Sent: Fri 4/25/2008 1:38
To: linux clustering
Subject: [Linux-cluster] MySQL Cluster
 
Hello Guys,

I'm researching about mysql's cluster.
What did you suggests? 

I need to have write in all nodes of cluster, so, I can't use DRBD7 +
HeartBeat.

Maybe, I should use DRBR8 and GFS to to this?

One proxy application to separe Insert/Update from Select?

Well.. thanks for your time! :)

-- 
Tiago Cruz
http://everlinux.com
Linux User #282636


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