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    Question Mysql Cluster Server 7.1 in 10.04 LTS

    Hi Guys

    With the new realease of Ubuntu 10.04 LTS, I was wondering if there was going to be a package for installing Mysql Cluster Server 7.1

    If not does anyone know of a good walkthrough for compiling and installing it in Ubuntu 10.04 LTS?

    Thanks

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    Re: Mysql Cluster Server 7.1 in 10.04 LTS

    looking for the same thing, I found these bugs:
    https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s....0/+bug/576528
    https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s....0/+bug/579732

    Both are unnasigned... which seems strange since mysql shold be considered to be an important application for Ubuntu. Can't do much but wait.

    Fred

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    Re: Mysql Cluster Server 7.1 in 10.04 LTS

    The package mysql-cluster-server (in universe) installs mysqld Version 5.1.39-ndb-7.0.9-1ubuntu7. Unfortunately there is a bug in its packaging (https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s....0/+bug/579732) making it a bit of a pain to install. It does work after a bit of post install database "surgery", please see: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s...732/comments/5.

    I am in the early stages of testing a cluster created by loosely following this guide:
    http://bieg.wordpress.com/2008/08/03...tering-ubuntu/
    Note: You will need to install "mysql-cluster-server" and not "mysql-server" as this guide states.

    If you still want to compile from source this looks like a good guide:
    http://www.ctrip.ufl.edu/mysql-clust...an-lenny-howto

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    Re: Mysql Cluster Server 7.1 in 10.04 LTS

    Thanks!

    I am pretty novice though so I think I'll wait for the bug to be fixed.

    Fred

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    Re: Mysql Cluster Server 7.1 in 10.04 LTS

    still no update or fix anyone?

    Fredrik

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    Re: Mysql Cluster Server 7.1 in 10.04 LTS

    There has been no visible activity on bug #579732 since my last post on May 26. It is still unassigned and has a status of "new". I don't know why it seems to be such a low priority, perhaps because mysql-cluster-server is in the universe repository.

    The testing on my set up (using the workarounds I previously detailed to get it built) has been going well. But there is no way that I am willing to make it "production" until something happens w/ this bug.

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    Re: Mysql Cluster Server 7.1 in 10.04 LTS

    exactly we feel the same...

    Fredrik

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    Re: Mysql Cluster Server 7.1 in 10.04 LTS

    Hi,

    has there been any changes on mysql cluster for 10.04 LTS installation?

    thanks,

    Nicolas

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    Re: Mysql Cluster Server 7.1 in 10.04 LTS

    Hi,

    Currently, what I can see it is not possible to install MySQL Cluster 7.1 in Ubuntu, and 7.0.9b is really old and I don't really recommend that version anyway.

    However, if you want to install latest MySQL Cluster 7.1 (and complete with init.d scripts), then you can go to http://www.severalnines.com/config and generate a configuration for your cluster, complete with scripts to install and manage it.

    When you get the config package you do:

    tar xvfz mysqlcluster-71.tar.gz
    cd mysqlcluster-71/cluster/scripts/install
    ./download-binary.sh
    (answer yes if you want to install the binary every where)
    ./bootstrap.sh ##setup the datadirectories, create mysql user etc
    cd ..
    ./start-cluster --initial

    and you are up and running in 10 minutes (DL time basically) (you should have shared ssh keys setup for the root account).

    This also works in EC2


    BR
    johan

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