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Author Topic: What's the deal with master slave?  (Read 128 times)

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Offline EndErr

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What's the deal with master slave?
« on: 2019-11-30, 14:18:58 »
Could anyone explain how master-slave in kloxo works?
I need to know:
- could servers be in different notworks (e.g. in different clouds, onw in Amazon and another in Digitalocean)?
- how DNS works between both? are they replicated?
- what about accounts (with databases and websites) registered on one server, are they replicated too?
- and also the question about emails?

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Re: What's the deal with master slave?
« Reply #1 on: 2019-12-01, 11:36:49 »
As I know,
U can use dns cluster and control all servers in your master panel.

A DNS cluster is a group of nameservers that share records, which allows you to physically separate nameservers that handle the DNS requests from your web servers. This interface allows you to configure a DNS cluster and add servers to an existing DNS cluster.

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Re: What's the deal with master slave?
« Reply #2 on: 2019-12-01, 21:17:24 »
So nothing about data (databases, sites, mailboxes, etc) replication.
Everything is stored on the server that is created on and that's all.

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Re: What's the deal with master slave?
« Reply #3 on: 2019-12-02, 04:54:34 »
Yes. just dns, not others

 


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