More than 1 instance of RT talking to an RT database

Hi.

I have the following setup

MACHINE1(RT/Apache)<------------>MACHINE2(Mysql)
RT instance running on different machine to database

I want to test the following:
MACHINE1(RT/Apache)<------------>MACHINE2(Mysql)/MACHINE2(RT/Apache)
2 different instances of RT. One on a separate machine, one on the same
machine as the database

and the following

MACHINE1(RT/Apache)<------------>MACHINE2(Mysql)<--------->MACHINE3(RT/Apache)
2 different instances of RT. Both on a separate machine to the database.

Does anyone have experience with these setups?
Thanks.
Kind regards.

Luke Vanderfluit.
Analyst/Programmer.
Internode Systems Pty. Ltd.

Multiple RT web instances can hit the same RT database.
No problem.On Wed, Jun 07, 2006 at 01:47:12PM +0930, Luke Vanderfluit wrote:

Hi.

I have the following setup

MACHINE1(RT/Apache)<------------>MACHINE2(Mysql)
RT instance running on different machine to database

I want to test the following:
MACHINE1(RT/Apache)<------------>MACHINE2(Mysql)/MACHINE2(RT/Apache)
2 different instances of RT. One on a separate machine, one on the same
machine as the database

and the following

MACHINE1(RT/Apache)<------------>MACHINE2(Mysql)<--------->MACHINE3(RT/Apache)
2 different instances of RT. Both on a separate machine to the database.

Does anyone have experience with these setups?
Thanks.
Kind regards.


Luke Vanderfluit.
Analyst/Programmer.
Internode Systems Pty. Ltd.


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