How can I configure a Highly-Available MySQL service in my Red Hat Enterprise Linux Cluster?

Updated 2015-02-08T02:36:10+00:00

Releases Found: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3, 4, and 5


It is often desirable to run MySQL in a highly-available configuration so that in the event of a failure the database is relocated seamlessly to a backup server in a way that is transparent to the client or end-user.

Note: This article does not cover the configuration of a load-balanced MySQL cluster, but rather one or more standalone MySQL instances that each run on one node at a time independently of each other

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