NDB Cluster supports storing nonindexed columns of
NDB tables on disk, rather than in
RAM. Column data and logging metadata are kept in data files and
undo log files, conceptualized as tablespaces and log file groups,
as described in the next section—see
Section 220.127.116.11, “NDB Cluster Disk Data Objects”.
NDB Cluster Disk Data performance can be influenced by a number of configuration parameters. For information about these parameters and their effects, see Disk Data Configuration Parameters, and Disk Data and GCP Stop errors.
Beginning with NDB 8.0.19, you should also set the
node configuration parameter to
using separate disks for Disk Data files.
See also Disk Data file system parameters.
NDB 8.0.19 (and later) provides improved support when using Disk Data tables with solid-state drives, in particular those using NVMe. See the following documentation for more information: