>I assume you have some sort of web application that uses a database. Why
>not have you're both RS web apps using a MySQL connection to localhost.
>Then you modify UltraMonkey to use not a simple tcp check, but a much
>deeper app-levle check, that check as well the db connection. In case of
>an issue with the DB, the RS will be de-activated, and will only remain
>the RS that has a healthy DB connection.
Actually, that is what I am running right now... but I really wanted to be able
to run MySQL separate from HTTP... just in case I end up with a situation where
HTTP is broken on server A and MySQL is broken on server B.
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