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From:Martin Ramsch Date:September 14 1999 7:31pm
Subject:Re: Redundant Database Server Model? (#2)
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On Tue, 1999-09-14 07:57:38 -0700, Randy A. Katz wrote:
> Is there a way to have two servers continually update in a redundant
> fashion in MySQL?
> 
> The objectives are:
> 
> 1. Load Balancing - Ability to cluster multiple servers to answer
>    database requests.
> 2. Fault Tolerance - Ability for one server to break and the
>    database lives on.

Only some pointers to old articles, as I'm myself not very firm in
this area ...

http://www.progressive-comp.com/Lists/?l=mysql&w=3&r=1&s=patch+replication&q=b

http://www.progressive-comp.com/Lists/?l=mysql&m=93266797405914&w=3
http://icculus.nsg.nwu.edu/publicdata/MySQL_Stuff/mysql_replicate.pl

http://www.progressive-comp.com/Lists/?l=mysql&w=3&r=1&s=automated+replication&q=b

http://www.progressive-comp.com/Lists/?l=mysql&m=93026729408110&w=3

Regards,
  Martin
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