[asterisk-users] Writing CDR's to two database servers

Tech Support asterisk at voipbusiness.us
Tue Jun 20 07:42:32 CDT 2017

    I appreciate all the feedback, and replication seems to be a logical solution, but I was initially thinking about how to implement a solution within Asterisk to write the CDR's to two databases. Is that possible? Now I'm just curious.
Thanks Much;
John V.

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Subject: Re: [asterisk-users] Writing CDR's to two database servers

On Monday 19 June 2017 at 18:12:35, Sebastian Gutierrez wrote:

> use replication

1. Agreed - use replication.

2. If you want an HA (High Availability, not dependent on a single Master DB server replicating to a slave) solution, consider setting up Master-Master replication, with an LVS (Linux Virtual Server) HA machine in front of the two, so that writes can go to either server using only a single IP address configured in Asterisk.

Then, if one fails, you can still write to (and read from) the other, repair the failed one, and restore replication.


> > On Jun 19, 2017, at 17:47, Tech Support <asterisk at voipbusiness.us> wrote:
> > 
> > All;
> > 
> >     I know that there are probably several solutions to this problem, but
> >     what I am trying to do is provide some redundancy for my customers
> >     CDR data. I know that doing simple backups of MySQL is probably the
> >     easiest way to go, but I’m thinking that there may be some benefit
> >     to simultaneously writing the CDR data to multiple servers at once.
> >     However, I’m drawing a blank on this one. Has anyone else done this
> >     before? Any insight at all would be greatly appreciated.
> > 
> > Thanks Much;
> > John V.

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