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Re: Dealing with a Mysql server (not node) failure
Posted by: Stewart Smith
Date: July 11, 2005 07:55PM

Your connector or application is required to try a connection to another server. You can also use a load balancer (there are several products out there).

JDBC lets you list servers, a perl/php array and foreach would also be effective.

Some people on this list have various experience with load balancers - i'll let them comment.

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