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- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: cluster
- From: Friedrich Locke <email@example.com>
- Date: Sat, 12 Jan 2013 13:45:10 -0200
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I am aware that openldap supports custering, but i have some doubts.
Is this cluster based on a single write server/multiple read server ? Or i may have multiple read/write server ?
Does an openldap cluster scales unlimited ? I mean: if I need more space or processing power, it is just to add a new server .
I would like to use a configuration like:
The space requirement would be spread over the number of servers;
A client can connect to any node of the cluster for read/write operation;
To increase space/processing power, just add a new node.
Is that possible with openldap ?
PS: keep in mind that there is a huge difference in allowing multiple write/read over a set of nodes that keep is own copy of the data and a set of nodes whose data is spread accross them all.