Mysql and ignite persistence inheritance issues

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Mysql and ignite persistence inheritance issues

Ignite does not enable the persistence function. The startup is to connect to
the MySql database. The Sql statement can be run in Ignite to automatically
load the data in mysql. In Ignite, select, insert, update, delete, etc., if
the data in the memory does not exist, then Automatically load data from
mysql and load it into the cache to achieve real-time synchronization
between MySql and Ignite. Can this function be implemented, or is there any
development plan for this feature in the future Ignite version?



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Re: Mysql and ignite persistence inheritance issues

This won't be supported - our SQL engine can't be integrated with 3rd party storage like MySQL. If you can't fit all the data in RAM then use native persistence which is supported by SQL.

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Denis


On Thu, Feb 21, 2019 at 11:54 PM hulitao198758 <[hidden email]> wrote:
Ignite does not enable the persistence function. The startup is to connect to
the MySql database. The Sql statement can be run in Ignite to automatically
load the data in mysql. In Ignite, select, insert, update, delete, etc., if
the data in the memory does not exist, then Automatically load data from
mysql and load it into the cache to achieve real-time synchronization
between MySql and Ignite. Can this function be implemented, or is there any
development plan for this feature in the future Ignite version?



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