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Re: Clustering with Maria/Aria engine
Federated instead of Federated ;-)
So, it's amazing you can join tables within different server, isn't
it? But it could be little tricky, because, when you are performing a
SELECT (for example) against a federated table you must be aware the
data is remotely stored. The data is "downloaded" from the remote
server on the fly... the only issue I see is: time! And time is
Sometimes, I prefer have a replication between servers I need tables
to be joinned ( when it's applicable, of course).
Now, it's the servers you want to federate are tight linked, go for.
Is this crap usable for u? :-))))) I hope I helped you.
Em 25/08/2010, às 19:11, Joshua Partogi escreveu:
Thanks for the reply. I might try doing clustering with Aria since
someone has mentioned that Aria is similar to MyISAM (CMIIIW). I also
won't do it with NDB since I am not convinced after reading what you
wrote. =D Any thoughts about Federated though?
On Tue, Aug 24, 2010 at 10:32 PM, Alexandre Almeida
Greentings from Brazil!
I never tried clustering Aria before. I have several
with MyISAM. And it works smoothly. You have to go deeper into cons
before try. I recommend you test your app's adherence into a cluster
enviroment, and, most important be aware about limitations, race
buffer & key behaviour, etc.
With MyISAM you can create Active-Passive and Active-Passive
sharing disk (or not). It's quite easy.
NDBcluster is a sharing nothing style cluster, fast,
reliable and it
comes with a lot of bugs & problems - for free ;-))))))) It's a
rocks, but I strongly recommend to know the concept behind NDB
Em 24/08/2010, às 08:41, Joshua Partogi escreveu:
Does Maria/Aria engine supports clustering? Or do we still have to
NDB for this?
Thanks for your help.
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