[CentOS] MySQL max clustering package?

m.roth at 5-cent.us m.roth at 5-cent.us
Wed Mar 17 19:05:37 UTC 2010

> Neil Aggarwal wrote:
>> There are a few things we do:
>> 1. When we place an order, we commit the order to the database in
>> 	a transaction.
>> 2. In a separate transaction, we reduce the qty available of the
>> 	product by the amounts ordered.  This transaction may be
>> 	a conflict with other transactions.  That is OK.
>> 3. The inventory management system keeps the master inventory
>> 	of the products.  We have a continuous job that pulls the
>> 	latest updates to the inventory and feeds those updates
>> 	back to the web database.
>> So, even if an inventory number is wrong for a short time, it will
>> be updated to an accurate number soon.
> that may be OK for an order processing system, but it could be a serious
> problem for something like a banking system where you are dispersing cash.

True... but such a system would, by default, be RT.


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