Nico Kadel-Garcia said the following, on 09-08-13 6:45 PM:
> On Fri, Aug 9, 2013 at 4:40 PM, Naumenko, Roman
> <roman.naumenko_at_rbccm.com> wrote:
>> I wanted to check if it's possible to configure subversion in
>> master-slave mode with some sort of common URL on the proxy server or
>> loadbalancer, so end users wouldn't bother with different names for
>> slave/master/readonly and geolocal names.
>> Of course, it would be ideal if subversion nodes could just share a
>> storage, so any sort of requests from a load balancer can processed by
>> any node without need to replicate changes over network.
> Wandisco publishes a "multiple master" toolkit that might solve your
> issues. They charge money for it, but it seems to be quite intelligent
> and has good reports here of its high availability behavior.
You mean this one (svn clustering)?
It doesn't look like it's a simple loadbalancing architecture with a
shared storage for repositories.
There is some replication and synchronization involved, automatic
Is anybody using it, what its like?
Received on 2013-08-10 02:12:52 CEST