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businessgeeks 21st May 2008 09:42

MySQL High Availability FreeBSD Cluster
 
Hi,

My boss has asked me to build a High Availability FreeBSD MySQL cluster so Im trying to research on guides or howtos to do it in FreeBSD 7.0. I've been reading that I need to use heartbeat to achieve high availablity. is this enough?

How will i able to keep the database information between each node sync?

Any helpful hints or links would be great.

Thanks in Advance..

falko 22nd May 2008 11:46

Quote:

Originally Posted by businessgeeks
Hi,

My boss has asked me to build a High Availability FreeBSD MySQL cluster so Im trying to research on guides or howtos to do it in FreeBSD 7.0. I've been reading that I need to use heartbeat to achieve high availablity. is this enough?

You can use heartbeat or keepalived for it. There are a few tutorials about this in http://www.howtoforge.com/howtos/high-availability (but not for FreeBSD).

Quote:

Originally Posted by businessgeeks
How will i able to keep the database information between each node sync?

You can do this with MySQL-Master-Master-Replication: http://www.howtoforge.com/mysql5_mas...on_debian_etch


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