1
vote
0answers
42 views

What are some good solutions for fully redundant IIS/MySQL hosting? [closed]

We've got a web app and public API for an iOS app that is built using classic ASP running on IIS along with a MySQL Server back-end. Can anyone recommend some options for a fully redundant hosting ...
0
votes
1answer
57 views

Preparing a server for mysql replication and use it as standalone

I want to host an application on a single server running MySQL server. To get the best performance I plan on using a UNIX socket connection (to avoid TCP overhead). Later, I would like to scale up by ...
3
votes
4answers
366 views

MySQL Redundancy for High-Availability over the internet

I am testing out some infrastructure options before I start writing a web application. I would like to have two separate MySQL database servers at different physical locations, but if one of them ...
0
votes
2answers
55 views

mysql redundancy with mixed storage types

Looking at building redundancy into our system, as we are currently, um, exposed should anything blow up. We have a large-ish DB (150G), consisting of a mix of innoDB and myISAM table types. We want ...
0
votes
2answers
328 views

We need MySQL redundancy but replication is not an option

We have an app with some peculiar characteristics that prevent us from doing master-slave MySQL replication. It's something to do with random numbers being generated for each session and stored ...
5
votes
4answers
2k views

Providing high availability and failover using MySQL on EC2

I would like to have a highly-available MySQL system, with automatic failover, running on Amazon EC2 instances. The standard approach to solving this is problem Heartbeat + DRBD, but I've found a lot ...
1
vote
2answers
1k views

cPanel web server redundancy advice?

At present I operate a (reasonably low volume) web-hosting service with a Centos 5.3 server running cPanel/WHM. I would like to implement a level of redundancy such that in the event of server ...