[CALUG] Future topic - OSS database clusters?

Rajiv G Gunja opn.src.rocks at gmail.com
Wed Dec 28 13:08:55 CST 2005

So this is something like the Oracle / DB2 cluster which runs on =

multiple nodes.
Cool, did not know MySQL had that option too.
Now this talk will be more interesting than before.
Wonder if MySQL also follows the same design as DB2 or Oracle in terms =

of cache, DB files and such.
As stated before, I am not a DBA, but have been around the block to =

understand the design of stuff ( any thing vaguely geeky)


Jason Dixon wrote:

>On Dec 28, 2005, at 12:49 PM, David Obler wrote:
>  =

>>I ama DBA working on NASA sensors and the data products.
>>I regularly use both MySQL and PostgreSQL with PostgreSQL being  =

>>employed for a large scale (97 tables ,  many integrity rules, many  =

>>functions) applications.
>>I could at least let people know that it is possible to do quite a  =

>>bit with OS databases and show some pretty diagrams and explain our  =

>>I don't know what you mean by 'OSS Database Clustering'  though our  =

>>database do run on clusters.
>>    =

>I am referring to MySQL or PostgreSQL clusters and/or replication, of  =

>Jason Dixon
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