MySQL Cluster Manager 1.2.2 released

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MySQL Cluster Manager 1.2.2 is now available to download from E-delivery and from My Oracle Support .

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.

Documentation is available here.





5 comments

  1. syed says:

    Dear Andrew,

    We have a 4node cluster with 2 datanodes and 2 servers+mgrs cohosting and use NDB alone in Application(ndb c++ apis only). We are looking at MySQL CGE tools for backup and monitor.

    Is it really worth buying CGE for such a small scale 4 nodes? And is NDB Engine backup is “Hot” and supported by Mysql Enterprise Backup?

    Regards,

    -SYED

    • andrew says:

      Syed,

      you can perform on-lne (hot) backups with the community/GPL version of MySQL Cluster through the ndb_mgm CLI. MySQL Cluster Manager simplifies the process – especially when you do the restore as it becomes a single command (rather than having to restore each data node separately).

      Of course there are other advantages to using the commercial version including all of the functionality in MySQL Cluster Manager, MySQL Enterprise Monitor and of course, support. If you were accessing data via MySQL Servers then you coul also benefit from its commercial plugins (such as thread pooling).

      Regards, Andrew.

  2. Bheem says:

    Andrew,

    Thanks for keeping your site up to date. I am a frequent visitor of your site.

    Do you happen to have any white paper on
    “MySQL Cluster Manager 1.2.2″ ?

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