Failover is the concept of moving services from one host or node to another in order to provide high availability in a computing system.

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MySQL failover - Master to Master Replication

My company is trying to implement a MySQL failover mechanism, to achieve higher availability in our webservices tier - we commercialize a SaaS solution. To that end we have some low-end VMs scattered ...
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MS SQL Server 2012 Failover Cluster connection issue

I was about to give up with this but I'll give it a go here if anyone can help. I've set up a fail-over cluster SQL Server with 2 SQL nodes, Domain controller and file witness. All seems to work ...
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Are there any best practices before moving SQL Server to another node (controlled failover)?

Let's say there are multiple jobs running on the SQL Server - we have index maintenance jobs, backups, replication, etc. We would like to perform a switchover using Failover Cluster Manager. Are there ...
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Prevent SQL Server failback after cluster aware updating

We have SQL Server 2012 in a two-node cluster with Windows Server 2012 (node and disk majority). Neither of the nodes are marked as preferred owner and the "Prevent Failback" option is selected. ...
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Windows Clustering 2008 R2

I'm trying to build a Windows cluster with 3 nodes, 2 Active and 1 Passive, And If I have to build in a way like N1 Active - N3 Passive will be refer as "cluster network 1" and N2 Active and N3 ...
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Failover cluster connection issue

I'm trying to run SQL Server Failover cluster in Azure. I have NODE1 and NODE2 in a cluster and another SERVER in the same network trying to connect to the database server using the instance from ...
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Postgresql Streaming Replication - pgpool2 - failover

In my scenario I want pgpool to forward read only queries to slaves when the master goes down - I want my app to be in the "read only mode". How do I setup pgpool to accept read only queries when ...
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Any solution to fix circular replication fail-over?

I've developed a point-of-sale system for our corporation, which has 25+ branches across the country. Each branch has its own MySQL POS database on a WAMP server. I want every event that occurs in ...
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SQL Server 2012 Failover Cluster and attached SAN

I have three servers in a Windows Server failover cluster. SQL Server 2012 Failover Cluster is installed on all nodes. I have an issue with shared disks attached from SAN. overview with the same ...
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Can't set up witness in Repmgr 2.0

I am trying to setup repmgr using the autofailover quick setup tutorial provided on Github Link But I am kind of stuck on the witness section, when trying to create the witness with repmgr -d repmgr ...
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how to change the backend order in pgpool

I want to change the backends order in pgpool. I want to keep my master host always as the first backend. I have been configure the failover command: NEW_MASTER_INFO=($(PcpNodeInfo ...
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pgpool-II doesn't execute my failover script

I have been installed pgpool-II 3.3.4 from source. I have two pgpool nodes and I also used the watchdog configuration to get a pgpool services with High Availability. When I stop one, the other wake ...
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PostgreSQL Failover strategy

I'm lost when it comes to choose the failover technology for my postgresql database. The options I currently see are: PG Cluster Streaming Replication Warm Standby (log shipping?) Hot Standby Is ...
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AlwaysOn Availability Group: Users on Secondary Server

We have an AlwaysOn Availability Group setup (DB1+DB2) and also a web server (Web1) outside of the domain that we need to connect to the AG using Windows Authentication. The following Windows ...
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Is there failover server parameter in PostgreSQL connection string?

Is there failover server parameter in PostgreSQL connection string that can be used to automatically switch from primary server to secondary sever ? We have been using similar functionality on MS SQL ...