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Re: High Availability Recommendation

From: Tom Mornini <tmornini_at_engineyard.com>
Date: 2007-01-31 23:10:53 CET

I just decided to give it a try.

My logic was pretty simple:

1) FSFS works well on filesystems that have good locking semantics.
GFS is POSIX locking compliant.
2) Apache mod_dav_svn works well in a multi-process environment on a
single box without IPC.
3) With GFS and correct locking, why would it matter if the processes
were on two boxes rather than one?

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On Jan 31, 2007, at 2:03 PM, Justin Johnson wrote:
> On 1/31/07, Tom Mornini <tmornini@engineyard.com> wrote:
>> I was a poster in the previously mentioned thread.
>> We currently have 25 repositories on a GFS filesystem being served on
>> two nodes via hardware load balancer for high availability using
>> Subversion 1.4.2, Apache 2.2.3 and mod_dav_svn.
>> We've not yet seen any evidence of corruption in any way, shape or
>> form. We've been using this solution for about 3 months.
> Interesting.  So I assume a filesystem designed for clusters is
> critical for this.  Did you get confirmation from someone that
> concurrent writes to a FSFS repository from different servers would
> not cause any problems, or did you just decide to give it a try and
> see what happens?
> Justin
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