[ejabberd] Re: Clustered servers not reconnecting
lists-sender-c29da0 at bittwiddlers.com
Sun Dec 10 15:51:30 MSK 2006
> They do that and this is automatic. However, if your two nodes are =20
> both kept online, receiving client connections the two database will =20
> evolves differently. The database are different and thus =20
> inconsistent. Mnesia does not know which version of the data it =20
> should keep, that's why the database wait for a manual operation.
> As a first place, I would not build an ejabberd cluster over a wan, =20
> but only over a lan to avoid those problems.
> I hope this helps,
Yeah, that helps. I really just set up the cluster because I thought it
would be useful and a good learning process. It's not critical in my
setup. I may fiddle with reducing the latency or at least determining
what's causing the high latency in the early morning
When I get the message about the inconsistent, partitioned network I assume
this means that mnesia has detected that they have both run separately for
a while and can no longer be easily merged. Is there a process I can use
at this point to get them back together?
Matthew Harrell Quantum Mechanics:
Bit Twiddlers, Inc. The dreams stuff is made of.
mharrell at bittwiddlers.com
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