[CentOS] MySQL max clustering package?
jses27 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 17 16:54:44 UTC 2010
On Wed, 2010-03-17 at 11:10 -0500, Neil Aggarwal wrote:
> > Have you thought of separating the databases? One for the
> > reads and one
> > for the write on different raids? Despite what some may believe this
> > can be done.
> 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.
No it does not. You can have what ever you want: and it will work with
Master/Writer > Replicate/GEO/Writer
Master/Reader > Replicate/GEO/Reader
The Master writer can be on server1 the master reader server 2 then do
your replication. You just have to take account for this in the design
of you code connection and query wise. Ohh a heads up most python
database modules can support this way of connecting. IE They are not
connect aware to more than one connection. Meaning you can mix inserts
and selects from the write db and then from the read db at once.
Nates comment in the latter mail is correct also in doing it. I do this
all the time. Just not with your truly (mysql)
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