Details are available in the the MCM 1.3.1 Release Notes .
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On Thursday 23rd January, Thomas Nielsen and I will be hosting a webinar explaining the latest developments in managing MySQL Cluster. As always the webinar is free but please register here (http://www.mysql.com/news-and-events/web-seminars/mysql-cluster-the-latest-developments-in-management/" target="blank).
Note that we’ll be covering what’s new in MySQL Cluster Manager 1.3 which went GA this week.
By their very nature, clustered environments[Read more...]
MySQL Cluster Manager 1.3.0 is now Generally Available and can be downloaded from the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud. The release contains a number of enhancements including performance improvements, handling larger clusters and of course bug fixes. The other big feature is that you can now import an existing, running MySQL Cluster instance into MCM without having to stop it first – this is the topic for this post.
In the past, we had a nice browser-based[Read more...]
On 17th October I’ll be running a hands-on workshop on the various technologies available to provide High Availability using MySQL. The workshop is being held on 17th October (the day before the All Your Base conference) in Oxford (UK). The cost is £250 + VAT and you can register here.
This workshop provides an introduction to what High Availability (HA) is; what technology options are available to achieve it with MySQL and how to actually implement your own HA solutions. The session will be a mixture of presentations,[Read more...]
The biggest new feature in this release is the support for MySQL Cluster 7.3. Details on the changes can be found in the MySQL Cluster Manager documentation .
MySQL Cluster Manager 1.2.3 is now available to download from My Oracle Support.
Details on the changes can be found in the MySQL Cluster Manager documentation .
Details on the changes can be found in the MySQL Cluster Manager documentation . Please give it a try and let me know what you think.
Oracle have just announced that MySQL Cluster Manager 1.2 is Generally Available. For anyone not familiar with MySQL Cluster Manager – it’s a command-line management tool that makes it simpler and safer to manage your MySQL Cluster deployment – use it to create, configure, start, stop, upgrade…. your cluster.
So what has changed since MCM 1.1 was released?
The first thing is that a lot of work has happened under the covers and it’s now faster, more robust and[Read more...]
MySQL Cluster Manager 1.1.6 is now available to download from My Oracle Support.
Details on the changes can will be added to the MySQL Cluster Manager documentation . Please give it a try and let me know what you think.
Note that if you’re not a commercial user then you can still download MySQL Cluster Manager 1.1.5 from the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud and try it out for free. Documentation is available here.
I’ve previously provided an example of using MySQL Cluster Manager to add nodes to a running MySQL Cluster deployment but I’ve since received a number of questions around how to do this in more complex circumstances (for example when ending up with more than 1 MySQL Server on a single host where each mysqld process should use a different port). The purpose of this post is to work through one of these more complex scenarios.
The starting point is an[Read more...]
MySQL Cluster Manager 1.1. is now available to download and try from Oracle E-Delivery (select “MySQL Database” as the product pack).
There’s lots of good stuff gone in under the covers as part of this release, with some of the highlights being:
MySQL Cluster Manager 1.1.2 is now available to download and try from Oracle E-Delivery (select “MySQL Database” as the product pack). Something that’s new and really cool in the new version is that you can download a version of MCM that actually includes the MySQL Cluster software itself and then you can have MCM automatically define, create and start a single-host cluster deployment for you with just the command “mcmd –bootstrap”. This post aims to show that[Read more...]
The latest (GA) version of MySQL Cluster Manager is available through Oracle’s E-Delivery site. You can download the software and try it out for yourselves (just select “MySQL Database” as the product pack, select your platform, click “Go” and then scroll down to get the software).
If you’ve looked at MCM in the past then the first thing that you’ll notice is that it’s now much simpler to get it up and running – in particular the[Read more...]
The recording of this webinar is now available to view on-line here.
There will be a live webinar on Wednesday January 12 describing the new ways that you can manage MySQL Cluster (with a bit of monitoring thrown in). As always, the webinar is free but you need to register here (http://www.mysql.com/news-and-events/web-seminars/display-599.html" target="_blank). The event is scheduled for 09:00 Pacific / 17:00 UK / 18:00 Central European time but if you can’t make the live webinar it’s still worth registering so that you’re emailed the replay after the event.
By their very nature, clustered environments involve more effort and resource to administer[Read more...]
This software is only available through commercial licenses (i.e. not GPL like the rest of Cluster) and until recently there was no way for anyone to try it out unless they had already bought MySQL Cluster CGE; this changed on Monday when the MySQL software became available through Oracle’s E-Delivery[Read more...]
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