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my sql in redhat cluster

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I am trying to setup mysql server on 3 node redhat cluster. what is the best way to do this.
please give me proper steps.
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Milind Koyande earned 250 total points
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Hey,

Can you please explain your requirement, I mean you want to setup mysql on a Redhat cluster or want to configure MySQL Cluster on three nodes?
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use percona

TY/SA
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setup mysql on a Redhat cluster
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