[slurm-users] Slurmdbd High Availability
shaghuf at gmail.com
Mon Apr 17 07:53:52 UTC 2023
Thanks everyone who shared the information with me.
Really appreciate it.
On Sun, 16 Apr 2023 at 02:21, Daniel Letai <dani at letai.org.il> wrote:
> My go to solution is setting up Galera cluster using 2 slurmdbd servers
> (each pointing to it's local db) and a 3rd quorum server. It's fairly easy
> to setup and doesn't rely on block level duplication, HA semantics or
> shared storage.
> Just my 2 cents
> On 14/04/2023 14:18, Tina Friedrich wrote:
> Or run your database server on something like VMWare ESXi (which is what
> we do). Instant HA and I don't even need multiple servers for it :)
> I don't mean to be flippant, and I realise it's not addressing the mysql
> HA question (but that got answered). However, a lot of us will have some
> sort of failure-and-load-balancing VM estate anyway, or not? Using that
> does - at least in my mind - solve the same problem (just via a slightly
> different route).
> Other than that I'd agree that HA solutions - of the pacemaker & mirrored
> block devices sort - tend to make things less reliable instead of more.
> On 13/04/2023 16:03, Brian Andrus wrote:
> I think you mean both slurmctld servers are pointing the one slurmdbd
> Ole is right about the usefulness of HA, especially on slurmdbd, as slurm
> will cache the writes to the database if it is down.
> To do what you want, you need to look at configuring your database to be
> HA. That is a different topic and would be dictated by what database setup
> you are using. Understand the the backend database is a tool used by slurm
> and not part of slurm. So any HA in that are needs to be done by the
> Once that is done, merely have 2 separate slurmdbd servers, each pointing
> at the HA database. One would be primary and the other a failover
> (AccountingStorageBackupHost). Although, technically, they would both be
> able to be active at the same time.
> Brian Andrus
> On 4/13/2023 2:49 AM, Shaghuf Rahman wrote:
> I am setting up Slurmdb in my system and I need some inputs
> My current setup is like
> server1 : 192.168.123.12(slurmctld)
> server2: 192.168.123.13(Slurmctld)
> server3: 192.168.123.14(Slurmdbd) which is pointing to both Server1 and
> database: MySQL
> I have 1 more server named as server 4: 192.168.123.15 which I need to
> make it as a secondary database server. I want to configure this server4
> which will sync the database and make it either Active-Active slurmdbd or
> Could anyone please help me with the *steps* how to configure and also how
> am i going to *sync* my *database* on both the servers simultaneously.
> Thanks & Regards,
> Shaghuf Rahman
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