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Old 03-16-2010, 10:08 PM
Default MySQL max clustering package?

jchase wrote:
> Can anyone tell me what the scoop is on this? I read that CentOS was
> releasing the enterprise/cluster capable MySQL in the CentOS-Plus repo's
> but I don't see it there. I don't want to use the mysql.com packages (if
> they are even available -- didn't they stop supplying the binaries for this
> to the public)?
> I'm trying to setup failover, load balancing clustering of MySQL.I'm a bit
> confused on what the current story is for doing this.

Last I recall MySQL max wasn't really mysql but based on some other
DB(SAP DB?).. Mysql by itself has built in "clustering" though
there can be significant limitations in it depending on your



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