Thanks you Enno Gröper
On Wed, 20 Jun 2012 Enno Gröper wrote:
> > - Now, are there some references, bibliography that speak about that?
> About what? Loadbalancing database servers? The possibilities for that
> usually depend on the database management system your are using (MySQL,
> pgsql, Oracle, ...). It's a really specific problem.
It's for load balancing in general and the load balancing database in
First you should know what you really need and what you want to do.
> Can't your current database server manage the load? Do you want high
> availability to decrease the time the server is down?
> If you do it wrong, you could even increase the downtime with high
> availability due to the complexity this things introduce.
> Is this all academic interest or do you need to have some production
> system up and running?
I really want high availability and load balance for the database server,
but I think, if first, I build a load balance database, the high
availability it's offer the load balance without implemented high
availability with pacemaker or heartbeat. Right?
It's a academic interest
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