[development] Cluster with drupal ?

Justin Edwards justin at telelanguage.com
Sat Oct 30 20:13:10 UTC 2010

This doesn't seem like something Drupal would need to be modified for.  Use
a master-master mysql installation, replicate the database, and use rsync to
keep your drupal front end files updated on all webservers.

Make sure all uploaded files are pointed at the right server, you could use
a reverse proxy to make sure it is going to the right location(s).

Justin Edwards
TeleLanguage Inc,
Network Administrator

On Sat, Oct 30, 2010 at 1:57 PM, Blake Senftner <bsenftner at earthlink.net>wrote:

> Take a look at the Services module, if you are not familiar with it. Allows
> one to expose APIs, which could be used for cluster node communications.
> I've made such a setup for a few clients, and am building one now at the
> RackSpace cloud that is planned to hook into their scaling API to
> dynamically scale.
> Sincerely,
> -Blake
> www.BlakeSenftner.com
> On Oct 30, 2010, at 5:25 AM, Damian Adriel Perez Valdes wrote:
> Hi:
> Can I make a something like a cluster with Drupal ?
> I need to install Drupal some servers, and that information of one drupal
> sync with a center server, and the others servers too.
> Exits some module to do it ?
> Thanks.
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