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From:Walter Heck Date:March 22 2011 11:36am
Subject:Re: Mysql Clustering Vs Scalr
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Take a look at mmm for mysql. Easy and robust.

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On Mar 22, 2011 12:07 PM, "Adarsh Sharma" <adarsh.sharma@stripped> wrote:
> Dear all,
>
> I researched on a link that describes that Mysql to use with scalr for
> fault-tolerance and high availability.
>
>
http://scottmartin.net/2009/07/11/creating-a-virtual-datacenter-with-scalr-and-amazon-web-services/
>
> Is it mandatory to use Scalr in our Mysql Production Servers.
>
> What are the limitations that we faced if we don't use Scalr for
> auto-scaling . I think mysql -Clustering Provides HA Cluster and is
> sufficient to handle PB's of storage.
>
> Steps that I folow:
>
> 1. We use Mysql Replication for having day to day backups of our
> Production Database Servers despite it doesn't provide HA and fault
> tolerance behaviour i.e if Master fails , it takes time to switch to
> Replicated Node and act as Master.
>
> 2. Mysql Clustering handled this limitation well.
>
> But I need points to understand for Scalr usage and if it is not
> worthful, points to reject it.
>
>
> Thanks & best regards,
> Adarsh Sharma
>
>
>
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Mysql Clustering Vs ScalrAdarsh Sharma22 Mar
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