15 MySQL Cluster
* mysql-cluster-overview MySQL Cluster Overview
* mysql-cluster-basics Basic MySQL Cluster Concepts
* multi-computer Simple Multi-Computer How-To
* mysql-cluster-configuration MySQL Cluster Configuration
* mysql-cluster-process-management Process Management in MySQL Cluster
* mysql-cluster-management Management of MySQL Cluster
* mysql-cluster-interconnects Using High-Speed Interconnects with MySQL Cluster
* mysql-cluster-limitations Known Limitations of MySQL Cluster
* mysql-cluster-roadmap MySQL Cluster Development Roadmap
* mysql-cluster-faq MySQL Cluster FAQ
* mysql-cluster-glossary MySQL Cluster Glossary
MySQL Cluster is a high-availability, high-redundancy version of MySQL
adapted for the distributed computing environment. It uses the `NDB
Cluster' storage engine to enable running several MySQL servers in a
cluster. This storage engine is available in MySQL 5.0 binary releases
and in RPMs compatible with most modern Linux distributions. (If you
install using RPM files, note that both the `mysql-server' and
`mysql-max' RPMs must be installed to have MySQL Cluster capability.)
The operating systems on which MySQL Cluster is currently available are
Linux, Mac OS X, and Solaris. (Some users have reported success with
running MySQL Cluster on FreeBSD, although this is not yet officially
supported by MySQL AB.) We are working to make Cluster run on all
operating systems supported by MySQL, including Windows, and will
update this page as new platforms are supported.
This chapter represents a work in progress, and its contents are
subject to revision as MySQL Cluster continues to evolve. Additional
information regarding MySQL Cluster can be found on the MySQL AB Web
site at `http://www.mysql.com/products/cluster/'.
* Answers to some commonly asked questions about Cluster may be
found in the mysql-cluster-faq.
* The MySQL Cluster mailing list: `http://lists.mysql.com/cluster'.
* The MySQL Cluster Forum: `http://forums.mysql.com/list.php?25'.
* If you are new to MySQL Cluster, you may find our Developer Zone
article How to set up a MySQL Cluster for two servers
to be helpful.
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