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MySQL cluster or master/slave

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I have two servers that I want to put mysql-cluster on.  I have an application load balancer that will point to both of the servers so I don't need another server just for load balancing.

I also have another site that connects through a vpn tunnel that has one mysql server.  Is there a config that I can do to make this work with replication?

Can someone send me a how-to that covers what I've said?  I will test everything in a virtual environment first.

I'm on CentOS 5.6 servers. Will 32bit and 64bit be a problem? The main mysql server is 64bit and the other cluster server is 32bit.  Not sure if that will be a problem.
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It is not reasonable to install MySQL cluster on just 2 servers.

As stated here
http://www.mysql.com/products/cluster/faq.html

Q: How many physical servers are needed to create a minimum Cluster configuration?

A: The recommendation for good redundancy would be 2 MySQL Server Nodes, 2 Data Nodes and 1 Management Node. For evaluation purposes it is possible to have only a single physical server, but that would only serve as a very basic evaluation. The minimum fully fault tolerant solution would consist of 3 servers with the 2 data nodes and the management node all running on different hosts and with at least 2 MySQL Server nodes running on different hosts from each other.
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