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Re: explain diff between multimaster and mirror mode
On Fri, Jul 18, 2008 at 11:24 PM, Jorge Medina <firstname.lastname@example.org
In MirrorMode, you still have two masters replicating to each other, but
you use a third component -the load balancer- to redirect all requests
to only one of the masters. If this master fails, then it switches to
the other server. Seems to me that the masters are aware of this
configuration because of the directive "mirrormode on"
So in MultiMaster configuration we have simply masters with ability to read/write to any of them.
In MirrorMode we have masters with load balancer, which decides where to redirect all the writes.
Am I right?
If yes, then one Master in MirrorMode is "more master" than others. How do they decide which one is "more master"? Is it dynamically and changing from time to time? In that case I will never know were my writes are going to.
I have a situation, were I want to be able to do writes to both masters, but want ot be sure that in certain cases writes are done to that master and no the other.