Originally Posted by Rocky
As for running multiple instances, the developer of Baruwa has that on his roadmap. He's going to develop Baruwa so that we can use a common database. Of course this is a way down the line.
Give it a go, test it out. I think hooking Baruwa into the common db will be the trick, but the mysql replication is not hard at all.
Actually you already can do that. You can run two nodes with multi master replication with both nodes logging to their own DB and the DB's replicating the changes between each other, you can login in to either box and you will see the same thing. You will not even notice that you are using a two node cluster.