MySQL 8.0 Reference Manual Including MySQL NDB Cluster 8.0 Limitations Relating to Multiple NDB Cluster Nodes

Multiple SQL nodes.  The following are issues relating to the use of multiple MySQL servers as NDB Cluster SQL nodes, and are specific to the NDBCLUSTER storage engine:

Multiple management nodes.  When using multiple management servers:

Multiple network addresses.  Multiple network addresses per data node are not supported. Use of these is liable to cause problems: In the event of a data node failure, an SQL node waits for confirmation that the data node went down but never receives it because another route to that data node remains open. This can effectively make the cluster inoperable.


It is possible to use multiple network hardware interfaces (such as Ethernet cards) for a single data node, but these must be bound to the same address. This also means that it not possible to use more than one [tcp] section per connection in the config.ini file. See Section, “NDB Cluster TCP/IP Connections”, for more information.