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Re: Documentation volunteer (was: Cluster replication: multiple masters)
Thank you for this information.
> My take so far is it works well. You need each server set up like a
> master (running a slapd and slurpd), and each configured to replicate to
> all the others.
Okay, but my question still remains: why does this require a code
change (and related build headaches) of any kind whatsoever? Why not just
configure each slave to also be a master? Why won't slurpd simply puke
all changes to all servers?
In short, what does the code do?
> It's a good strategy even behind a load balancer... but I think you'll
> need to set up your load balancer to allow direct IP access to each
> server, as well as having the virtual IP address to do the dynamic
Huh? Why? If each node is a master, it would not redirect for
writes. I don't understand why this is necessary.