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Using OpenSolaris SMF for managing MySQL Cluster
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One of the things I really like about Solaris (and OpenSolaris) is the Services Management Framework (SMF). And one of the things I like about my job is the opportunity to learn and work with new stuff. And, of course, the best way to learn something "non-lethal" is to try it yourself and do something with it.
So, how about using SMF for managing a MySQL Cluster setup? Something simple like two data nodes, one mgmt node, and one MySQL server node running on one OS instance? Sounds like a good exercise and, from a quick search, I couldn't find where it had been done before. Loaded up the latest release of OpenSolaris (2009.06) into a Virtual Box VM, downloaded the latest tar ball of
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... Managing GFv2, SMF in OpenSolaris, $30M in 30 Days, MySQL and GF, Kindle and Java
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A concise compilation of today's news of interest to TheAquarium readers:

Nazrul provides Links on GFv2 Monitoring, including GF-bundled tools, other Sun and 3rd party tools, documentation and web sites.

Arun documents how to start the MySQL and GlassFish Bundle, with detailed steps and screenshots.

Dave, writing in the SocialSite Blog, provides an Overview of the Apache Shindig REST API, which is used by the

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