Mysql’s clustering probably wouldn’t be much good for RT, last I heard
their clustering solution required your entire dataset to be loaded into
RAM, so unless you have a very small database (or A LOT of RAM) this
probably wont work.
Mysql also offers replication, using a single master and many slaves, I
believe this would however require a bit of work in RT3, as it would
need separate database handles for reads and writes I believe.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:rt-users-
email@example.com] On Behalf Of Asif Iqbal
Sent: Tuesday, January 25, 2005 12:42 AM
Subject: [rt-users] Failover/Loadbalance
I am looking for a solution of RT3.2.2 with Mysql 4.0.13 (or higher
RT recommends) under Solaris 8 to setup as
through the WAN.
I know mysql 4.1.x supports clustering. Not sure if Apache does
like that or not. But just to stick with RT’s recommendation I think
mysql 4.1 is not recommended yet.
Has anyone done any setup similar to this?
Any feedback is appreciated.
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