On Jan 22, 2014, at 11:03 PM, Andrew Lau <andrew andrewklau com> wrote:
Hi,I was dissecting my possibility of running a MariaDB Galera cluster within OpenShift a few days ago, but I got stuck on a few things I was hoping someone could help me with:I started here if anyone is interested in helping https://github.com/andrewklau/openshift-galera-mariadb- Is there a way to have an environment variable of some sort which could list all the gears running? I would like to create the whole cartridge similar to a web-app style so that it can scale infinitely. >From what I understand, environment variables set are global across all the gears upon first run, but does that mean they can be dynamically updated? I need this to write some logic to prevent a split brain. This is because the cluster requires the first "gear" to be brought up with the slightly different command.Currently the way to get this information is to use a connection hook (which gives you variables from all of the gears) and then do the same configuration on each gear. If you look at the redis cart you can see an example of the parsing of the data, although we'd like to make this simpler in the future by piping JSON to the stdin of the hook. For now, the example below demonstrates breaking the info up and then using it to assign a master (the gear with the lowest alphabetical ordered uuid the first time the cluster starts up).
- Can anyone explain a little further on how the inter-gear networking works? Looking at this post on Master-Slave it appears there doesn't seem to be anything special required which is really confusing me about the whole multi-tenancy concept https://www.openshift.com/blogs/cloudy-with-a-chance-of-data-master-slave-database-replication-on-openshift- Is it possible to use the haproxy routing to loadbalance the requests to the cluster? I'm not so familiar with haproxy, but I'm assuming as it can run like a tcp loadbalancer similar to LVS (which I currently use for my external cluster) I don't see why it couldn't work. It'd obviously need a custom port?- I think I read somewhere, that by default the gears will try to do negative affinity by default when scaling out? eg. be hosted on a separate node. Is that the default behavior, or am I thinking of something else?- Am I wrong to assume this won't work with Online as it requires some external dependencies from the MariaDB repo (not SCL)?Any suggestions would be much appreciated.Thanks,Andrew._______________________________________________
dev mailing list
dev lists openshift redhat com