[Serusers] Multiple SER Servers

Klaus Darilion klaus.mailinglists at pernau.at
Mon Feb 2 18:03:57 CET 2004

the current version of ser caches to user location, therefore only the 
following solutions exist:

- use the replicate() feature of ser and configure clients to use 
several proxies or use Round-robin DNS

- for higher availability (no load balancing) you can use an active 
server an a standby server and configure ser to write back all registers 
to the database immediately

- contact iptel and ask for commercial support

Have I missed something?

Darren Nay wrote:

> Hey All,
> I have sent this question once before, but I don't believe that I 
> received a response back.  If so then I appologize as I must have missed it.
> Could someone help me out with this?  We are gearing up to launch SER on 
> a large scale but I want to verify that I can have multiple SER servers 
> in a primary / failover scenario before doing so.
> Can I put SER onto multiple servers with load balancing and share the 
> userloc tables between the servers (ie.  With MySQL or Postgres SQL)
> Is this possible? Or does one SER instance only recognize registrations 
> for phones that register with that particular instance/daemon?
> Thanks,
> Darren Nay - dnay at libertyisp.com <mailto:dnay at libertyisp.com>
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