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Currently, I've 2 DB servers say, public IP mapped to one of the servers and

Anyone has an idea how to set up auto sync of both MySQL server. And is down, it will fallback to with mapped to it automatically without the need of manual configuration ?

Anyone has useful information to go towards this direction?

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First google result for "mysql load balancing": – bdares Oct 17 '11 at 3:13
Offtopic - not a programming question. Should be on serverfault. – Marc B Oct 17 '11 at 3:17

on my case i use haproxy (for lb, 1 active, 1 standby/backup mode) and keepalived (for ip failover). on norman condition, only 1 server active, 2nd server will standby. the synchronization between server1 and server2 using mysql master-master (circular replication). \
               - (VIP) -- - internet /

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