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Re: [Linux-cluster] distributed database on multiple servers/disks



Hi,

another approach, not clustering, which might give you
a distributed database:
https://forge.continuent.org/projects/sequoia/

Gabriel
--- Alexandre CONRAD <aconrad tlv magic fr> wrote:

> Hello,
> 
> I'm thinking about setting up a MySQL database
> clustered (but not like 
> MySQL Cluster which kinda just does mirroring
> AFAIK).
> 
> I want it to be partionned on multiple
> disks/servers.
> 
> Here is my apporch:
> 
>               +-------------------+
>               | Application (PHP) |
>               +-------------------+
>                        ^
>                        |
>                        |
>                        v
>                 +--------------+
>                 | MySQL Server |
>                 +--------------+
>                        ^
>                        |
>                        |
>                        v
> +--------------- logical disk ----------------+
> |                     ^                       |
> |                     |                       |
> |        +----LAN-----+----LAN-----+          |
> |        |            |            |          |
> |        v            v            v          |
> |   +----------+ +----------+ +----------+    |
> |   | physical | | physical | | physical |    |
> |   | server 1 | | server 2 | | server 3 |    |
> |   +----------+ +----------+ +----------+    |
> |                                             |
> +---------------------------------------------+
> 
> The idea is to split the data on 3 physical servers
> when data is 
> written. So each server will have 1/3 of the data on
> their disk. It 
> would work as a RAID 5 system.
> 
> In case of full disk space, you would add a new
> physical server (node) 
> and the data would be redistributed to all servers,
> each getting 1/4 of 
> the data.
> 
> In case of server failure, because of distributed
> parity (RAID5), it 
> could keep going.
> 
> Or alternativly think about a RAID0+1 configuration.
> 
> Do you have any idea if this could be achived using
> LVM, RH Cluster 
> Suite or any other clustering / partitioning system
> ?
> 
> Regards,
> -- 
> Alexandre CONRAD - TLV
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