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  • Easy Clustering Guide
    From nGrinder 3.3, nGrinder support "easy" clustering mode which let multiple controllers run in a single machine. Because they runs in a single machine, no network file system for ${NGRINDER_HOME} is not necessary. The running controllers will work with local ${NGRINDE...
    http://www.cubrid.org/wiki_ngrinder/entry/easy-clustering-guide
  • Easy Clustering Tutorial
    From nGrinder 3.3, nGrinder support easy clustering mode which let multiple controller can be run in a single machine. Because they runs in a single machine, the network file system which is used to share the ${NGRINDER_HOME} is not necessary. Please follow the steps b...
    http://www.cubrid.org/wiki_ngrinder/entry/easy-clustering-tutorial
  • CUBRID Cluster Issue Tracking Tips
    CUBRID Cluster JIRA Issue Tracker Ticket typesIssue TypeDescriptiondefectany defect including bugs. Defect is wider concept than bugenhancementfunction enhancement, performance enhancement, almost of modifications which are not defect but required.tasknot only implementation t...
    http://www.cubrid.org/wiki_cluster/entry/cubrid-cluster-issue-tracking-tips
  • CUBRID Cluster Task Snapshots
    Snapshot for M2 Snapshot for M3 Snapshot for M4 release
    http://www.cubrid.org/wiki_cluster/entry/cubrid-cluster-task-snapshots
  • CUBRID Cluster Documents
    Latest News Introduction to CUBRID Cluster - Blog CUBRID Has Started the Clustering Project - Blog User Manual CUBRID Cluster User Manual User Specifications Introduction to CUBRID Cluster CUBRID Cluster SQL Guide CUBRID Cluster SQL Guide 2 CSQL Interpreter Administ...
    http://www.cubrid.org/wiki_cluster/entry/cubrid-cluster-documents
  • CUBRID Cluster supported and unsupported spec list
    Category spec name Is supported Description and examples Remarks Register and Unregister Database Global database concept and db_cluster_node system table Yes select * from db_cluster_node; node_name db_host cubrid_port node1 10.34.63.90 1523 node2 10.34.332.61 1523 http://so...
    http://www.cubrid.org/wiki_cluster/entry/CUBRID_Cluster_supported_and_unsupported_spec_list
  • CUBRID Cluster
    The CUBRID Cluster is a spin-off project of the CUBRID Database Management System. The objective of CUBRID Cluster is to provide the linear scalability without altering the application. This will be possible through location/failure/replication/relocation transparency by glob...
    http://www.cubrid.org/wiki_cluster/entry/cubrid-cluster
  • Advanced Clustering Guide
    This feature is available from 3.1 This explain the advanced cluster configuration requiring NFS and Cubrid. If you want to run cluster without much effort, see [Easy Clustering Guide]. We enhanced nGrinder to support clustering from 3.1. If you don’t know about nG...
    http://www.cubrid.org/wiki_ngrinder/entry/controller-clustering-guide