Dear all,my use case is as follows:I got MariaDB galera cluster on each node I got Open Shift installed on (they are bare metals).I've created endpoints such as this:- apiVersion: v1kind: Endpointsmetadata:name: mysqlsubsets:- addresses:- ip: 10.3.0.1ports:- port: 3306- addresses:- ip: 10.3.1.1ports:- port: 3306- addresses:- ip: 10.3.2.1ports:- port: 3306And I got service which points to this endpoint.My question is - Kubernetes doesn't have any kind of "HA proxy mode" so it can tell that any of nodes behind Endpoint is failing? So lets say I got 10.3.0.1 mysql service stopped and kubernetes round robins connection to this host so every third request on my webapp is failing?This is what I've experienced in my setup.Am I doing something wrong? Or is this a standard behaviour so I have to deploy HA Proxy in between the endpoints and my MySQL database cluster?
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