Each Carbon-based product uses a database to store information such as user management details and registry data. All nodes in the cluster must use one central database for config and governance registry mounts. These instructions assume you are installing MySQL as your relational database management system (RDBMS), but you can install another supported RDBMS as needed. You can create the following databases and associated datasources.
The embedded H2 database is suitable for development. However, for most NOT recommended in enterprise testing and production environments we recommend environments. It has lower performance, clustering limitations, and can cause file corruption failures. Please use an industry-standard RDBMS such as Oracle, PostgreSQL, MySQL, or MS SQL , etc.instead.
You can use the embedded H2 database in development environments and as the local registry in a registry mount.
|JDBC user store and authorization manager|
|Shared database for config and governance registry mounts in the product's nodes|
|Local registry space in the manager node|
|Local registry space in the worker node|