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- Subject: Replication Advise
- From: Ben Rockwood <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 10 May 2011 03:15:05 -0700
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I have a mirror-mode configuration between two nodes in a single data
center now. I'd like to expand this to 2 additional data centers. The
intent would be to have read-only HA pairs in each of the new data
centers that will continue to function even if the data center is cut
off from the primary pair.
I have some ideas on how to implement this, but I'm looking for any
best practice advise people would like to offer before I do.