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MySQL 5.7 Reference Manual  /  ...  /  Installation of MySQL Cluster on Linux

19.2.2 Installation of MySQL Cluster on Linux

This section covers installation methods for MySQL Cluster on Linux and other Unix-like operating systems. While the next few sections refer to a Linux operating system, the instructions and procedures given there should be easily adaptable to other supported Unix-like platforms. For manual installation and setup instructions specific to Windows systems, see Section 19.2.3, “Installing MySQL Cluster on Windows”.

Each MySQL Cluster host computer must have the correct executable programs installed. A host running an SQL node must have installed on it a MySQL Server binary (mysqld). Management nodes require the management server daemon (ndb_mgmd); data nodes require the data node daemon (ndbd or ndbmtd). It is not necessary to install the MySQL Server binary on management node hosts and data node hosts. It is recommended that you also install the management client (ndb_mgm) on the management server host.

Installation of MySQL Cluster on Linux can be done using precompiled binaries from Oracle (downloaded as a .tar.gz archive), with RPM packages (also available from Oracle), or from source code. All three of these installation methods are described in the section that follow.

Regardless of the method used, it is still necessary following installation of the MySQL Cluster binaries to create configuration files for all cluster nodes, before you can start the cluster. See Section 19.2.4, “Initial Configuration of MySQL Cluster”.


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