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Re(1): Using MySQL as a filesystem

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 63.200.65.107] on February 19, 2008 04:28 AM
I've been working on an rsync solution, but what I really need is two to ten way replication:

Adding a file to server 1 gets replicated to server 2 and 3
adding a file to server 2 gets replicated to server 1 and 3
adding a file to server 3 gets replicated to server 1 and 2

I can use mysql's built in replication technology to do that, whilst writing to the mysqlfs.

I've researched rsync, enbd, and drbd, all are master -> slave solutions, and I'm looking for a round robin replication solution.

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