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Advanced replication for the masses - Part II - Parallel replication
I hope you liked the first part of this series of lessons. And I really hope that you have followed the instructions and got your little replication cluster up and working.

If you haven't done that, thinking that you would spare your energies for more juicy matters, I have news for you. What I explained in the previous part is exactly what you need to do to set up parallel replication. With just a tiny additional detail.
For the sake of the diligent readers who have followed the instructions with the first lessons, I won't repeat them, but I'll invite you to set the environment as explained in the first part.
Once you have a cluster up and …

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Why you don’t want to shard.

Note: This blog post is part 1 of 4 on building our training workshop.

The Percona training workshop will not cover sharding. If you follow our blog, you'll notice we don't talk much about the subject; in some cases it makes sense, but in many we've seen that it causes architectures to be prematurely complicated.

So let me state it: You don't want to shard.

Optimize everything else first, and then if performance still isn't good enough, it's time to take a very bitter medicine. The reason you need to shard basically comes down to one of …

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