mariadb-galera 10.6.12

mariadb-galera 10.6.12


MariaDB Galera is a high availability solution that allows you to deploy a cluster of MariaDB databases, with automatic node synchronization and failover capabilities. It is a powerful tool for managing and scaling your database infrastructure, providing redundancy and fault tolerance to keep your applications up and running at all times. With its easy-to-use configuration and management tools, MariaDB Galera makes it simple to set up and manage a highly available database cluster. In this article, we will explore the key features and benefits of MariaDB Galera, as well as some common use cases and technical details.

  • Multi-master synchronous replication: ensures that data is replicated across all nodes in real time, ensuring consistency and reliability.
  • Automatic node provisioning: allows for easy setup and scaling of the cluster by automatically adding and removing nodes based on the workload.
  • Load balancing: distributes traffic evenly across all nodes in the cluster, improving performance and reducing the risk of downtime.
  • Automatic data recovery: provides self-healing capabilities by automatically detecting and recovering from failures.
  • Zero-downtime maintenance: allows for maintenance tasks such as upgrades and patching to be performed without any disruption to the cluster's availability.
  • Secure by default: uses industry-standard encryption and secure protocols to protect data both in transit and at rest.

  • High availability web applications: MariaDB Galera Cluster is an ideal choice for web applications that require high availability and low latency, such as e-commerce websites, social networks, and online gaming platforms.
  • Mission-critical enterprise databases: the cluster's fault-tolerant and self-healing capabilities make it suitable for enterprise databases that require maximum uptime and data consistency, such as financial systems, healthcare systems, and government applications.

  1. Install and configure MariaDB Galera Cluster on each node in the cluster.
  2. Configure the cluster to use the desired load balancing method, such as round-robin DNS or a load balancer.
  3. Monitor the cluster's health and performance using tools such as MariaDB MaxScale and MariaDB Monitor.
  4. Perform maintenance tasks such as upgrades and patching during off-peak hours to minimize the risk of downtime.
  5. Troubleshoot and resolve any issues that arise using the cluster's built-in monitoring and diagnostic tools.

  • Based on MariaDB Server 10.6.
  • Uses the Galera Cluster synchronous replication engine.
  • Supports all standard SQL features and commands.
  • Runs on Linux and other Unix-like operating systems.
  • Supports a variety of storage engines, including InnoDB, MyISAM, and TokuDB.
  • Offers a range of monitoring and management tools, including MariaDB Max

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