two-node cluster for riak?
michael.forrester at worthpoint.com
Thu Apr 18 11:26:46 EDT 2013
I am not sure if this is the right forum to ask this question, but here
We are currently running a six-node cluster in Amazon AWS. There has been
some talk by our architects of going to a two-node configuration using
SSD-backed instances with super fast hardware, but for some reason this is
triggering " this is not correct, but I don't remember why" spidey sense.
From my understanding, it is best to run riak with 5 nodes or at least N
+2 and that a two-node cluster (even though the hardware will be way
faster) will not satisfy that.
Any loose suggestions about how to approach this? I am open to the two
ultrafast nodes... I am not sure how to put riak on them to work in a
Articles, dirty limericks, and soliloquies are all appreciated.
Director of Infrastructure
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