On Tue, 2006-05-09 at 18:41 +0200, Harmen wrote:
> It _is_ stored on disk, save for powerfailures, but all the data needs to
> fit in ram. So it's limited to the amount of ram you can give mysql.


It is on disk? This quote from the manual led me to think it wasn't:
"MySQL Cluster does not support durable commits on disk. Commits are
replicated, but there is no guarantee that logs are flushed to disk on
commit."

And also this:
"NDB is an in-memory storage engine"

- Perrin