188.8.131.52 Defining Computers in an NDB Cluster
[computer] section has no real significance other than serving as a way to avoid the need of defining host names for each node in the system. All parameters mentioned here are required.
Table 21.7 This table provides type and value information for the Id computer configuration parameter
Property Value Version (or later) NDB 7.5.0 Type or units string Default [none] Range ... Restart Type IS
This is a unique identifier, used to refer to the host computer elsewhere in the configuration file.Important
The computer ID is not the same as the node ID used for a management, API, or data node. Unlike the case with node IDs, you cannot use
NodeIdin place of
[computer]section of the
Table 21.8 This table provides type and value information for the HostName computer configuration parameter
Property Value Version (or later) NDB 7.5.0 Type or units name or IP address Default [none] Range ... Restart Type N
This is the computer's hostname or IP address.
Table 21.9 NDB Cluster restart types
|N||Node||The parameter can be updated using a rolling restart (see Section 21.5.5, “Performing a Rolling Restart of an NDB Cluster”)|
|S||System||All cluster nodes must be shut down completely, then restarted, to effect a change in this parameter|
|I||Initial||Data nodes must be restarted using the