Database support for CloudPlatform and database availability
I have a customer using cloudplatform + cloudportal running on a bunch of servers, everything working fine. We tried to make the core infrastructure as highly available as possible, but - mysql has no native clustering, so my question is:
To citrix - do you plan supporting other databases like postgre or oracle db?
To all fellow forum members - any hints on how to make mysql DB highly available?
Right now we have two mysql servers with mysql replication that works most of the time, so if one node crashes bad, we have the data on second node and are able to bring it up in a few minutes. We also use mysql-proxy so we have a single DNS name for our mysql and don't need to reconfigure cloudstack and cloudportal nodes.
We have tried using mysql-cluster (2 node active/active mysql), but this is not supported by citrix and also we had some trouble running it. How do you solve this, or do you don't do anything with mysql? :)
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