On Mon, 18 Jun 2012, YesGood wrote:
>> Most likely, you think you need load balancing, but you really don't.
the problems with loadbalancing a database server were laid
out in the HOWTO about 10yrs ago. The short answer is that
you can load balance reads, but you can't loadbalance
writes. If you want to loadbalance writes, the databased has
to do it.
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