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    Managed Database

    I definitely want a secure cluster and some scaling capablility .... I’m just trying to clarify what a managed db cluster like DO’s…
    By makeshyfttom
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    Managed Database

    Hi Digital Oceaneers, I have a question about the managed database solutions from digital ocean. I am a little confused whether its really what I need for my use case. I'm creating an android / ios application..... an...
    2 By makeshyfttom Databases
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    One Load Balancer Per Domain?

    Thank you very much for your detailed response. very happy to be wrong in this case. I was quite sure it was “yes, 1 lb for each …
    By makeshyfttom
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    One Load Balancer Per Domain?

    I am pretty sure I know the answer, but I can only load balance a single domain name on a DO loadbalancer?
    Accepted Answer: Multiple domains could potentially be pointed at one load balancer instance. Though there is only one IP address per load balancer. That means that the Droplets behind the load balancer will each need to be able to un...
    3 By makeshyfttom Load Balancing Networking
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    Dual Load Balancer

    Hi, I’ll think about it....but I would like to still know the process by which I can roll my own and whether the DNS Name Servers w…
    By makeshyfttom
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    Dual Load Balancer

    Hi, Just want to run this by some of you DO experts. As I work on my cloud architecture, I want to eliminate all single points of failure. So I'd like 2 load balancers at the front of my cloud. Does that mean all I h...
    2 By makeshyfttom Load Balancing
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    Simulating users & stress testing?

    thank you for that confirmation.
    By makeshyfttom
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    One big server vs several small ones

    Very useful thread to confirm some ideas. thank you
    By makeshyfttom
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    Simulating users & stress testing?

    Hi folks, I am in the process of building a simple cloud service and I want to measure how much traffic each kind of droplet can handle using any particular setup. It occurred to me that there may be rules or guidelin...
    Accepted Answer: As long as you're not generating a lot of incoming traffic (300+ of MB/s), and not causing very high CPU load for a long time, you will be fine :) 5-10 minutes is definitely fine.
    2 By makeshyfttom Scaling
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    mysqld_safe Can't log to error log and syslog at the same time

    Thanks for the solution..wasted a few hours on this today! grrr
    By makeshyfttom