Great, thank you David.
On Monday, June 20, 2016 at 1:00:02 PM UTC-7, David Trowbridge wrote:
> Everything important is wrapped in database transactions, so there's no
> issue with concurrency between servers (there's already lots of concurrency
> between different processes on a single server). As long as uploaded files
> is shared across the servers (either via S3 or something like NFS), it
> should be just fine. If you use SSH keys to connect to your repositories
> you'll either need to hand-copy them to each web server or use Power Pack.
> On Mon, Jun 20, 2016 at 12:57 PM Joshua Olson <joshua...@gmail.com
>> The reason I ask is because in the past I have heard there were concerns
>> about data integrity if two people work working on the same review on
>> different web server instances.
>> On Tuesday, June 14, 2016 at 10:59:31 AM UTC-7, Joshua Olson wrote:
>>> We have a fully multi-server review board instance with a separate web
>>> server, memcached server, and DB server and now we'd like to a add
>>> redundant web front end (RB instance) to our setup, keeping the same DB and
>>> memcached for now.
>>> Are there any issues or concerns with doing this? Other than as
>>> mentioned in the optimization docs about making sure that the site/data and
>>> site/htdocs/media dirs are properly replicated.
>>> Joshua Olson
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