did you look at replication implementations using master/slave configuration?
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> Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2008 13:38:37 -0700
> From: sparctacus@stripped
> To: mysql@stripped
> Subject: recommended high availability setups
> What's the recommended method for high-availability setups?
> I've currently got a master-master replication setup that I'm testing
> but it doesn't quite seem as complete a solution as I had pictured.
> When a failed server comes back online you still have to manually add
> it based off of the line numbers/binlog correct? And adding a new DB
> requires reloading the MySQL server?
> I've been looking around at other technologies as well like linux-ha.
> What are other people using for systems that have to be up 100% of the
> time but aren't complete nightmares to manage?
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