PostgreSQL provides clustering options, plus it has support for tablespaces which may or may not help depending on how you approach your cluster.

Regards,
John

On 1/31/06, Ivan Krstic <krstic@fas.harvard.edu> wrote:
Alexandre CONRAD wrote:
> But, any how, for my general clustering knowledge, if mysql cluster
> wouldn't exists, what could be think about as an alternative solution ?

For your problem, the choice of database is absolutely critical: an
underlying cluster will do nothing at all for you if your database
doesn't cluster.

I'm not aware of any high-quality FOSS clustering databases other than
MySQL. With MySQL Cluster, a plain OpenSSI cluster will fully solve your
designated problem.

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