[Freeswitch-users] Scaling FreeSWITCH horizontally with master master replication

Florent Krieg flokrrr at gmail.com
Fri Jan 2 23:56:39 MSK 2015

Hi Ashwin,

I don't know very well Postgres but I achieved pretty much the same
(horizontal scaling) with a MySQL cluster. Replication is a bit painful to
setup and to maintain (especially master master, including db
desynchronization when crashes occur and so on). I would go for a cluster,
almost endlessly scalable and very very reliable. It is more costly to
setup but I think it is worth the pain.

My feelings, I don't pretend to be a reference though :)

Le 2 janv. 2015 20:42, "Ashwin Rath" <ashwinrath at gmail.com> a écrit :

> Hi All
> I am trying to scale FS by having individual nodes running FS that have
> the core in Postgres. The idea is to have any number of FS boxes behind a
> load balancer depending on the load.
> Just wanted to ask if master master replication is reliable for say 10 FS
> nodes holding presence as well as session info ?
> or would it just bea better idea to build a highly available postgres sql
> cluster and point all FS to it ?
> --
> Ashwin Kumar Rath
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