Replicating between MySQL Clusters

Replication is commonly used for single MySQL servers. In this recipe, we will explain how to use this technique with MySQL Cluster—replicating from one MySQL Cluster to another and replicating from a MySQL Cluster to a standalone server.

Getting ready

Replication is often used to provide a Disaster Recovery site, some distance away from a primary location, which is asynchronous (in contrast with the synchronous nature of the information flows within a MySQL Cluster). The asynchronous nature of replication means that the main cluster does not experience any performance degradation at the expense of a potential loss of a small amount of data in the event of the master cluster failing.

Replication involving a MySQL ...

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