Generally, I would swap them over at some point (probably best to do it
now while the other server doesn't exist) , just stop both, change the
slave/master setting, and restart.
The only difference is the master runs the mailing lists, the slave
doesn't (this avoids some nasty complexity)
So really it doesn't actually matter when both are running you can leave
it if you wish. But when only one is running for an extended period you
do want it to be the 'master'...
On 27/09/2011 9:01 a.m., Richey wrote:
> I have a master in a master/slave setup that failed. The Slave has been
> running in place of the master for several days while we wait on a
> replacement server for the master. When I reload the master's replacement
> and add it back into the master/slave setup should I set the replacement up
> as the master even if I am going to continue to let the users use the slave
> In a master/slave setup does it matter which of the two servers the end
> users uses as long as they use one or the other?
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