[CentOS] MySQL max clustering package?

nate centos at linuxpowered.net
Wed Mar 17 17:33:31 UTC 2010


Neil Aggarwal wrote:

> Our goal is to create redundancy.  We want either system to be able
> to work if the other is not available.  Designating one database
> as a write db and the other as a read defeats that.

Depending on the requirements splitting out can greatly improve
scalability though, potentially using something like mysql
proxy and perhaps even a load balancer.

The write systems can still be clustered/multi-master replication
but if the bulk of your work is reads then load balancing many
independent databases for reads can improve performance and
even improve availability.

But it really depends on the workload.

nate



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