" I can not afford any downtime and the data is realtime. "
This is a very good reason for asking help to consultants.
If you ask "What is the best method for this setup? master-master or
then the simple answer is master-slave, for any mysql setup, that is the
only safe mysql replication setup.
If you mean Master-Master Active/Passive I still consider that Master-Slave.
While is very well advisable to stay away from master-master active/active,
unless you really know what you are doing and you have the development
aware, very skilled, and listening to you*.
So, go for master-slave, but I would suggest to read online mysql manuals
and some great books,
because if you post here to ask every single step to set it up, you are
basically asking someone else to do the job for you, for free ;)
2012/6/12 Joey L <mjh2000@stripped>
> It sounds like you are all consultants.
> On Mon, Jun 11, 2012 at 4:46 PM, Baron Schwartz <baron@stripped> wrote:
> > Yeah -- that was an unintentional omission. There are solo consultants
> > like Ronald Bradford too.
> > On Mon, Jun 11, 2012 at 3:14 PM, Andrew Moore <eroomydna@stripped>
> >> Not forgetting Pythian, Baron ;)
> >> On Mon, Jun 11, 2012 at 8:12 PM, Baron Schwartz <baron@stripped>
> >>> Ultimately, if you intend to use MyISAM, you must keep in mind that it
> >>> eliminates some of your options. One problem is that MyISAM is very
> >>> slow to repair after a crash. Remember, if a crash can happen, it
> >>> eventually will, it's just a question of when. And MyISAM doesn't have
> >>> recovery -- it only has "repair," which will not necessarily recover
> >>> all of your data.
> >>> If you are not aware of Percona XtraDB Cluster, it might be
> >>> interesting for you. (I work for Percona.) There is also Continuent
> >>> Tungsten to consider.
> >>> Frankly, though, I'd step back a bit from such microscopic focus on
> >>> technologies. It looks like you need advice from someone who's done
> >>> this before, to get the high-level things right before you dive deeply
> >>> into details. If it's really this important, I personally wouldn't
> >>> trust it to a mailing list, I'd hire someone. It's well worth it.
> >>> There's Percona again, of course, but there's also MySQL, SkySQL,
> >>> PalominoDB, and lots more to choose from.
> >>> Baron
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