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Federated (Synced) Subversion servers?

By : Sanjo
Date : July 28 2020, 05:00 AM
Any of those help This is more or less the perfect use case for SVK. SVK is a command line front end for subversion that works with an entire local copy of the repository. So your commits, updates, etc. work on the local repository and you can then sync with a master. I would generally recommend SVK over plain subversion anyway as it makes a lot of things nicer. No .svn folders, better branching and merging, better conflict resolution.
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MySQL - Does Federated Engine have to be enabled on both servers?

By : Jackduma
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help FEDERATED engine option is not required to be enabled on both servers, in this case, only the local server where the federated table is stored, requires to be enabled.
It turns out that the remote_user user requires the PASSWORD option.
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How to implement data integration using federated servers in mysql?

By : user2673836
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue For these several steps, we need to follow. Let us assume there are two servers s1 & s2 and we are having the public IP and private IP both and we are taking Linux servers only.
private IP of s1 is ps1 and for s2 is ps2 public IP of s1 is pbs1 for s2 is pbs2

What's the best way to keep multiple Linux servers synced?

By : user3736749
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. The way I do it (on Debian/Ubuntu boxes):
Use dpkg --get-selections to get your installed packages Use dpkg --set-selections to install those packages from the list created Use a source control solution to manage the configuration files. I use git in a centralized fashion, but subversion could be used just as easily.

PHP SESSION is NOT SAME (Not-in-Synced) in load-balanced Servers?

By : Tav
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue If you are using the default file-based session storage engine, then naturally, you can't load balance them (at least, not without using some kind of stickiness).
What you need is centralized storage for sessions, e.g. using a database or memcache.

Mysql Query across servers without using Federated Table

By : Matej Pavlů
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help First of all, federated tables are the better solution (they are made for exactly that kind of thing you are trying to do by hand). But you don't want them, so here is the next best thing:
For anything more complicated than your first example, you should simulate a remote table manually by inserting the table content instead of the table.
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