Configurator for MySQL Cluster - version 2.9

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Configurator for MySQL Cluster - version 2.9

I just listened to a fairly dry MySQL/Sun webinar about performance tuning MySQL clusters.

One of the highlights of the presentation was the fact the MySQL team strongly advocated the use of this configuration tool:

Configurator for MySQL Cluster - version 2.9

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