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Creating High Availability Mariadb Clustering with Haproxy Load Balancing

Discussion in 'Centmin Mod User Tutorials & Guides' started by brijendrasial, Dec 16, 2019.

  1. EckyBrazzz

    EckyBrazzz Active Member

    Mar 28, 2018
    >>>>Click here<<<< i'm nearby......
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    @brijendrasial Looks almost the same as my config, only every time I add a server to my cluster, have to bring it down, add new server IP to all existing, start them up again. But I have a real Centmin mod cluster, using Lsynd on the master and a VPN on the master. Master - Master with Lsyncd get in to Loop. It runs fine on the WP multisite on Centmin, but It looks like a warzone.

    My Matamo install can't handle it anymore, need to install redis now:(
    Many times I get this on my installation:
    Oops… there was a problem during the request. Maybe the server had a temporary issue, or maybe you requested a report with too much data. Please try again.

    I'm working on this project for a while, first I had it all under Redis, but a month ago I bought 8 servers (same config) and build it again. But without Redis and all under option 22-4 with WP-Multisite & wp-rocket. So for those, waiting for that manual, sorry, plans changed a bit. And the old servers I add them so once in a while.

    One very special day every month is the day that the CloudFlare bill gets in. I really can't sleep that night. The CloudFlare loadbalancer is nice, but these hits $$$$ and some extras I have for some domains.
    Last edited: Dec 20, 2019