This section contains definitions and examples of typical LifeKeeper MySQL configurations and information you should consider before you start to configure MySQL.

Please refer to the Resource Hierarchies section of the LifeKeeper for Linux Technical Documentation for instructions on configuring your LifeKeeper Core resource hierarchies.


Configuration Considerations for MySQL

Client Configuration Considerations

Configuration Requirements

Configuration Examples

Active – Standby Configuration

Active – Active Configuration

Multiple Database Server Environment

Using mysqld Groups with LifeKeeper

Using Network Attached Storage

Considerations on MySQL use in Systemd environments

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