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Introducing InnoDB Cluster: Learning the MySQL High Availability Stack by Charles Bell

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© Charles Bell 2018
Charles BellIntroducing InnoDB Clusterhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-3885-1_9

9. InnoDB Cluster Administration

Charles Bell1 
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Warsaw, Virginia, USA
 

As you have discovered, setting up InnoDB Cluster is not difficult, and except for learning how to use MySQL Shell and a few of the classes and methods in the AdminAPI, the steps for configuring InnoDB Cluster are equally easy. However, we all know from experience that setup and administration don’t always compare in complexity.

Indeed, managing and maintaining MySQL Replication prior to InnoDB Cluster required learning a set of specific tasks and techniques for keeping everything running well. Fortunately, that is not the case for InnoDB Cluster. Administrative tasks were one ...

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