[Glass] High Availability in GemStone

Dario Trussardi dario.trussardi at tiscali.it
Thu Feb 20 07:00:30 PST 2014


look:	https://github.com/glassdb/GemStone_daemontools_setup


> Hi All,
> Typically in a traditional architecture you have: aReverseProxy --
> WebApplication (java) -- Database Server.
> High Availability (at DataBase) means that there is an Active-Active (or
> Active-Passive) configuration, if the DataBase server goes down then the
> other DataBase will respond to WebApplication request, and the application
> still goes on (without human intervention).
> It is possible to do something like this with GLASS (free license) ?
> To automtically recover from a Stone that went down. I have read Admin
> Manual at page 291 "Activate the hot standby in case of failure in the
> primary". 
> Can we put this process of recover in a Script that it will be executed
> after a detecting that the primary Stone is down ?
> The original idea here was to develop a Java app (not by me), but i have my
> GS application already running ok. But "High Availability" without human
> intervention is a requirement.
> Regards,
> Bruno
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