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Replicating from In-Memory Table to Disk Table on MySQL Cluster (Doc ID 2130365.1)

Last updated on MARCH 05, 2017

Applies to:

MySQL Cluster - Version 6.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

It is often confronted with a situation where the slave host has less resources compared to the master, even though it is desirable that master and slave have identical computer resources. To save memory, MySQL Cluster employs NDB Cluster Disk Data Tables.

It is possible to replicate from in-memory table to disk table, but there are several limitations to keep in mind.

Solution

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In this Document
Goal
Solution
 1. Access To Disk Table Is Slower Than In-Memory Table
 2. Problem Happens During DDL on The Slave
 Master
 Slave
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