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I have a MySQL cluster with 2 data storage nodes running from last 2 years.

Just recently I have observed a hardware issue in one of the nodes (data storage). I may need to replace this node with new one altogether.

It will be great if someone can suggest the best way to do it. I am trying to prevent any data lose during this process. Will it be ok if I do not use same mysql version as installed in other nodes.

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What is your current mysql version? – sreimer Feb 28 '12 at 18:27

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