a good place to start understanding range of HA solutions are here,
including a link to a whitepaper (registration required):
The whitepaper is in the process of being updated, but what is there now
is a good primer
Andrew Morgan wrote:
> Are you able to provide some details of your current configuration (hardware,
> database size etc.)? To move from a non-HA to a HA implementation there will have to be
> some configuration changes - when you say "withaout changing any configuration" do you
> mean "without adding new hardware" (if so then that may be possible if you currently have
> more than 1 server and are not using their full storage or CPU capacity but any HA
> solution has to include some level of hardware redundancy)?
> Regards, Andrew.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: ramarovelo [mailto:arthur@stripped]
>> Sent: 28 September 2010 08:49
>> To: cluster@stripped
>> Subject: High availability implementation
>> Hi everyone,
>> I want to implement a mysql database server at high availability
>> withaout changing any configuration.
>> Can anyone help me?
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