Transparent failover and restore?
Kevin A. Burton
burton at newsmonster.org
Sun Dec 19 16:16:47 PST 2004
Brad Fitzpatrick wrote:
>On Sun, 19 Dec 2004, Kevin A. Burton wrote:
>>MySQL cluster is still a bit early ... It also doesn't provide disk
>>based storage (all memory) so hence it can be very expensive to deploy.
>But memcached doesn't have disk-based storage.
I know... but memcached is an LRU cache. MySQL cluster is not.
>At least with MySQL Cluster you can stop/start a node without losing any
>It does back up the dataset it's storing in memory to disk, though. And
>if it hasn't committed in a while, it can get the data from another node.
>Anyway, I'll stop with the MySQL cluster discussions for now, at least
>until I have any code or benchmarks.
Its interesting but its still really early. A more conservative approach
would be to use the memory tables...
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