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Mastering Continuent Clustering series: Tuning for High-Latency Links

What if I want the cluster to be less sensitive to network, especially WAN latency?

Continuent Clustering supports having clusters at multiple sites with active-active replication meshing them together.

This is extraordinarily powerful, yet at times high network latency can make it harder for messaging between the sites to arrive in a timely manner.

This is evidenced by seeing the following in the Manager log files named tmsvc.log:

2018/07/08 16:51:05 | db3 |  INFO [Rule_0604$u58$_DETECT_UNREACHABLE_REMOTE_SERVICE1555959201] - CONSEQUENCE: [Sun Jul 08 16:51:04 UTC 2018] CLUSTER global/omega(state=UNREACHABLE)
...
2018/07/08 16:51:42 | db3 |  INFO [Rule_2025$u58$_REPORT_COMPONENT_STATE_TRANSITIONS1542395297] - CLUSTER 'omega@global' STATE TRANSITION UNREACHABLE => ONLINE

The delta is 37 seconds in the above example between state=UNREACHABLE and UNREACHABLE => ONLINE

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Setting up NDB cluster connection pooling with MySQL Cluster Manager

Cluster connection pooling
The new MySQL Cluster 7.6 GA supports NDB connection pooling – using multiple NDBAPI connections from a single mysqld to NDB – to allow increased concurrency and throughput.

Cluster connection pooling has been supported in MySQL Cluster for quite a while.

Using –login-path with MySQL Cluster Manager

Protective convenience
Recent versions of MySQL has an added security feature, the –login-path option. This feature puts your username and password in an encrypted file, and you refer clients to this file instead of typing plain text passwords on the console, or putting them in scripts.

Getting started with MySQL Cluster 7.6 using MySQL Cluster Manager 1.4.6

MySQL Cluster 7.6 is GA!
If you’re eager to give the recently announced MySQL Cluster 7.6 GA a spin, I’ll walk you through a quick and simple way to get started using MySQL Cluster Manager 1.4.6.

Bootstrap and go!

  1. Download and install MCM and MySQL Cluster
  2. Bootstrap a cluster with MCM

    $ mcmd –bootstrap
  3. Connect to the database, and have at it

    $ mysql -h 127.0.0.1 -P 3306 -u root

That simple.…

MySQL Cluster 7.6 is now Generally Available

      Bernd Ocklin | MySQL Cluster Engineering Director

It gives us great pleasure to announce that the 7.6 release of MySQL Cluster is GA and now ready for prime time. 

MySQL Cluster is a distributed database combining linear scalability and high availability. An ultra-high speed database, MySQL Cluster provides in-memory real-time access with transactional consistency across partitioned and distributed data sets designed for highly available mission critical applications.

MySQL Cluster’s shared nothing architecture delivers an incredible 99.9999% availability and is used within the core of systems that serve billions of mobile phone users, leading online-games and high demand web services. 

This new MySQL Cluster 7.6 version is all about supporting and optimizing performance on the latest off the shelf hardware, increasing its ability to both scale up on ever …

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MySQL Cluster 7.6GA in the Cloud: the RPM/YUM platform

In this series of blogs I will do my best to demonstrate how to set up and run Cluster in Cloud environment by hand and by utilizing MCC. For detailed configuration, I will use MCC (Auto-installer). Some of the information regarding this setup is provided in post by Mikael. Information regarding Auto-installer is available in our documentation, HTML help files in share/MCC distribution directory and in my blog post.

Cloud setupIt might come as surprise but for initial testing any instance should do. I started with 1CPU/1GB RAM ones. The target topology was:

  • Host #1: Management node and Cluster client tools.
  • Host #2: Multi-threaded DATA node. …
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MySQL Cluster 7.6 is Generally Available

It gives us great pleasure to announce that the 7.6 release of MySQL Cluster is now ready for prime time.

MySQL Cluster is the distributed database combining linear scalability and high availability. It provides in-memory real-time access with transactional consistency across partitioned and distributed datasets designed for mission critical applications.…

MySQL Cluster Manager 1.4.6 released!


MySQL Cluster Manager 1.4.6 is now available for download from My Oracle Support.

Overview
In MCM 1.4.6, the list backups command has been extended with a new –agent option for listing agent backups created with the backup agents command.

mcm> list backups --agent mysite;
+------------+-------+---------+----------------------+---------+
| BackupId   | Agent | Host    | Timestamp            | Comment |
+------------+-------+---------+----------------------+---------+
| 1522914101 | 0     | tonfisk | 2018-04-05 07:41:41Z |         |
| 1522914105 | 0     | tonfisk | 2018-04-05 07:41:45Z |         |
| 1522914121 | 0     | tonfisk | 2018-04-05 07:42:01Z |         | …
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Tungsten Clustering 6.0 and Tungsten Replicator 6.0 are now available!

Continuent is very pleased and excited to announce that the new Tungsten Clustering 6.0 and Tungsten Replicator 6.0 are now available for download by our customers. The 6.0 release is the culmination of over a years work within our clustering product in order to improve the functionality and manageability of what we now call our ‘Multimaster Clustering’ solution. This is the replacement for what we called the multi-site, multi-master (MSMM) clustering functionality in earlier releases. The multimaster clustering allows for multiple clusters, in multiple locations, to be linked together into a single composite cluster. Because it’s a composite cluster, you gain all of the functionality that’s already available in a cluster, such as:

  • High availability
  • Failover
  • Automated recovery
  • Read-write split
  • Maintenance without downtime

But it’s now applied to the …

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MySQL NDB Cluster Backups

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Today – 31 March – is world backup day, so I thought I would write a little about backups in MySQL NDB Cluster.

Just because NDB Cluster offers built-in redundancy and high availability does not mean backups are not important. They are – as ever and as for everything in software. The redundancy does not protect against user errors (anyone ever executed DROP TABLE or DROP SCHEMA by accident?) neither does it protect against a natural disaster, fire, or another disaster hitting the data center. Similar with high availability.

In short, if the data is in any way remotely important for you, you ensure you have a backup. Furthermore, a backup is not worth any more than your ability to restore it. If …

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