[Serusers] Multiple SER Servers setup

Adrian Georgescu ag at ag-projects.com
Tue Feb 3 12:32:13 CET 2004

Hi Darren,

Failover (hot/standby) is a good solution within one site. Use 
heartbeat for that. You do not really need multiple servers for load 
balancing unless you traffic goes beyond what a box can handle.

Failover for multiple sites needs backend replication and/or SER 

I have a 2x2 setup in two sites.

If you need support to set this up you can contact me offline.


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?


Darren Nay - dnay at libertyisp.com
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