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Is a successful failover possible without using MySql Cluster
Posted by: Chris West ()
Date: April 19, 2012 02:50PM
Assume an environment having two community edition MySql databases configured for master-master replication, with each database installed on a separate host. Application traffic is directed at only one of the databases (designated as the “active” master database). Using Connector J, is it possible to orchestrate a successful failover if the active master were to go offline without using any third-party monitoring tools (e.g., Heartbeat)?
|Is a successful failover possible without using MySql Cluster||2023||Chris West||04/19/2012 02:50PM|
|Re: Is a successful failover possible without using MySql Cluster||1139||Rick James||04/20/2012 11:34PM|
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