On 27 Oct 2011, at 02:09, Ricardo wrote:
> In order to have a small redudant system, this is the way to go.
> I've made a mistake and allowed colisions to happen
> The increment-increment and offset increment will problably solve this
Writing to both masters is not improving your redundancy - it's reducing it! If your
replication fails then you've got incomplete data on BOTH servers, not just one. You
really don't want to do it. This is why MMM sets the passive master to read-only. The
increment offset will fix your clash problem, but that doesn't mean you should write to
both at once.
As has been said many times, master-master replication is not a scaling solution.
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