I use F5 LTM to balance all my traffic over MySQL and Apache servers. For MySQL I switch
Observed (Node) policy and it works pretty good!
--- Em qua, 16/2/11, Wagner Bianchi <wagnerbianchijr@stripped> escreveu:
De: Wagner Bianchi <wagnerbianchijr@stripped>
Assunto: Re: best load balancing method for MySQL Cluster
Para: "Andrew Morgan" <andrew.morgan@stripped>
Cc: "laehr mistry" <laehr.mistry@stripped>, cluster@stripped
Data: Quarta-feira, 16 de Fevereiro de 2011, 11:36
Do you have more suggestions about the component that we can use to achieve
the objectives metioned by Leahr? I am so curious about it as well and I
want to know what are the options we have available.
2011/2/16 Andrew Morgan <andrew.morgan@stripped>
> The load balancing is fairly straight-forward, a simple round-robbing over
> all available servers is a reasonable approach and so I'd expect most load
> balancers would work. Note that if you the JDBC connector (Connector/J) then
> you can do some of the load balancing/failover directly.
> Regards, Andrew.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: laehr mistry [mailto:laehr.mistry@stripped]
> > Sent: 16 February 2011 02:00
> > To: cluster@stripped
> > Subject: best load balancing method for MySQL Cluster
> > Hello
> > Please suggest me which is the best way or method to Load balance MySQL
> > cluster's mysqld nodes used in production.
> > Can we use F5 Big-IP LTM to load balance MYSQL?
> > Thanks and Regards
> > Laehr
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