[CALUG] Future topic - OSS database clusters?
lefticle at gmail.com
Thu Dec 29 20:56:00 CST 2005
I've implemented replication with MySQL, it is trivial to configure. I
did this so that I could perform offline backups, and thus avoid
having to pay a premium for a database backup tool. What problem are
you trying to solve by clustering?
On 12/28/05, Rajiv G Gunja <opn.src.rocks at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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
> >DixonGroup Consulting
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