Are you talking about real clustering, or the master/slave type support
in mySQL? What I mean is, do you end up with only one master which has
to receive all the writes and others which are read only?
Was your investigation of clustering for the purpose of improved
reliability or increasing performance?
On 05/01/2005, at 9:49 AM, Erik Walter wrote:
We approached MySQL and spent some time interacting with their
technical people. In the end we found there were too many problems
with the current version of MySQL clustering (4.1) to use it with Java
applications and especially WebObjects.
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