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Re: [Linux-cluster] Linux clustering for high availability databases and other services



Hi Andrew,

maybe I understand you completely wrong, but...

Do you know "Galera Cluster" ?  If you are on MySQL maybe
you can give it a try?

br,
christian

> Am 13.10.2012 12:40, schrieb Andrew Holway:
> > Hello, 
> >
> > We have been experimenting with various storage 
> technologies in order to create moderately highly available 
> database services.
> >
> > I have the following equipment in my lab:
> >
> > 4x HP G8 servers with 
> > * Mellanox QDR InfiniBand 
> > * 10GE adapters
> > * Lots of memory and the latest, most powerful CPUS.
> > * Centos 6.0
> >
> > Oracle ZFS appliance
> > * Infiniband 
> > * NFS (over ethernet and infiniband)
> > * iSCSI (over ethernet and infiniband)
> > * Various RDMA protocols that are not supported by oracle  
> on redhat.
> >
> > Nimble Storage device
> > * iSCSI over 10G ethernet
> >
> > Brocade 10G switches.
> >
> > Can I have some guidance on possible setups for HA database 
> services? I have tested and have a good understanding of all 
> the technology components but I am a bit confused how I 
> should be glueing them together. I need a focus :)
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> > Andrew
> >
> >
> 
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