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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...