Mysql Replication (was: Re: [CentOS] Load Balancing)
clacroix at cegep-ste-foy.qc.ca
Thu May 25 13:09:40 UTC 2006
On Thursday 25 May 2006 01:03, Ajay Sharma wrote:
> Charles Lacroix wrote:
> > Hi,
> > just check ndbd from MySQL, i tried it with " simple " table format.
> > It's great but there are 2 major drawback.
> > 1. it only supports a single table format which doesn't support foreign
> > keys. ( for me this is problematic )
> > 2. all the database is stored in ram so large data isn't welcome.
> MySQL 5.1 is supposed to support on-disk clusters. So you can have much
> larger databases in a cluster.
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Will it support a better table format like myisam or innodb ?
I havn't read on that yet but if it's a question of time i might get started
with beta/alpha release to see how it goes :)
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