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From: Mihai Tanasescu (mihaiduras.ro)
Date: Thu Mar 06 2008 - 17:21:15 CST
I have a quite silly question I guess but it's been bugging me up recently.
A client has just acquired a SAN for his servers.
Between these servers he also has 2 mysql ones.
What would happen if I were to define a single shared disk on the SAN
and I place both Mysqls to work in the same directory on the SAN ?
In case of a simultaneous "INSERT" operation on both would one wait
after the other and know of a lock in place / would the data get
corrupted / etc ?
Please explain if you had a similar curiosity in the past or
experimented (either with SAN, NFS, Group Filesystem, etc and same
installation/working directory for several Mysql instances)
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