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Old 15th February 2009, 12:09
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Default MySQL Cluster on Virtual Machines?


I am looking at creating a MySQL cluster as a back end to a site I am in the process of setting up. The hosting company I am with prefers virtual machines, in particular VMWare virtual machines. I just read the mysql-cluster faq's found here and saw that it is not recommended to run a mysql cluster on virtual machines. Is this true? or can you in fact run a mysql cluster on something other than physical machines? Has anyone tried to run a mysql cluster on VMs before?
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