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High Availability MySQL Cookbook , the review
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When I read on the internetz that Alex Davies was about the publish a Packt book on MySQL HA I pinged my contacts at Packt and suggested that I'd review the book .

I've ran into Alex at some UKUUG conferences before and he's got a solid background on MySQL Cluster and other HA alternatives so I was looking forward to reading the book.

Alex starts of with a couple of indepth chapters on MySQL Cluster, he does mention that it's not a fit for all problems, but I'd hoped …

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Upstart support coming to Pacemaker
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Thanks primarily to the efforts of Senko Rašić and Ante Karamatić, the Pacemaker cluster stack is being augmented with support for Upstart services. This is in addition to support for OCF resource agents and LSB/SysV init scripts, both of which have been supported in Pacemaker for years.

This is functionality now present in the upstream Mercurial trees, and we need testers to get in shape for release. Yes, that means you can …

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Upcoming High Availability Clustering miniconf at Linux Plumbers Conference
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This year’s Linux Plumbers Conference is taking place November 3-5, in Cambridge, MA, United States. The CfP is already closed and the program is due any day now, but the co-located miniconference on high availability clustering is still accepting proposals. This …

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Automating MySQL replication with Pacemaker
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A little while back we did a webinar on using Pacemaker to fully automate MySQL replication. We now have a recording of that webinar available from our web site.


New webinar recordings available
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A couple of new webinar recordings are available from our web site:

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In case you haven’t noticed, we no longer manage clusters with XML
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While Yves presents a valid approach for managing NDB with Pacemaker and the anything Linux-HA resource agent (a generic wrapper for any daemon based application), the XML configuration shown is likely to have people running away screaming. This is how we had to do things back in the Heartbeat 2 days, which meant that as a cluster admin you would permanently run around …

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Ubuntu 10.04 with full cluster stack support
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Just in case you haven’t noticed, Ubuntu 10.04 “Lucid Lynx” has arrived. I upgraded my personal box over the weekend, and am happy to report that things went pretty flawlessly for me. So I’m now a happy lucid user.

What’s more important for the ever-growing cluster community is the fact that this LTS release comes with built-in support for the Pacemaker cluster stack — and indeed, it’s the first commercially-supported distribution that comes with support for both the …

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MySQL master/slave support merged into Linux-HA
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MySQL replication support for the Pacemaker cluster manager (the stuff that we explained in this webinar) has made it into the Linux-HA resource agents default branch. If you are interested in testing — and you should! — please read the …

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Upcoming webinar: Oracle high availability with DRBD and Pacemaker
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We’re sticking with databases for our current round of webinars. Up next is an overview of Oracle high availability clustering on Linux.

In this 45-minute presentation, we will show you how to quickly and easily configure an Oracle database with an associated TNS Listener in a failover configuration, how to monitor both your database and your listener for failures, and how to have Pacemaker automatically intervene and recover from outages.

Brought to you in association with our friends over at Novell, we’ll showcase Oracle in combination with …

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See you at LinuxTag 2010
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I just got word that a talk about iSCSI High Availability with Pacemaker and DRBD, which I submitted for LinuxTag 2010, has been accepted by the selection committee.

The presentation is entitled Storage Done Right: Building a Resilient, Distributed, Highly Available Open Source iSCSI SAN and I will talk in the Storage track, in English. Questions in German, of course, won’t be a problem.

As the conference organizers have asked speakers not to publicize the …

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