Hi Falvio, Yes i am concerned about the latency between the DC's (Across continents), We actually have 6 locations but how exactly are we going to do it if we have the 3rd DC?
Regards, </VJ> On Thu, Jan 14, 2010 at 1:46 PM, Flavio Junqueira <f...@yahoo-inc.com> wrote: > Hi Vijay, I'm just curious: why exactly you want all voting nodes in a > single data center? Are you concerned about latency? > > It might not be possible in your case, but if you have a third location > available, you would be able to tolerate one location going down. > > -Flavio > > > On Jan 14, 2010, at 9:12 PM, Vijay wrote: > > Hi, >> >> I read about observers in other datacenter, >> >> My question is i dont want voting across the datacenters (So i will use >> observers), at the same time when a DC goes down i dont want to loose the >> cluster, whats the solution for it? >> >> I have to have 3 nodes in primary DC to accept 1 node failure. Thats >> fine... >> but what about the other DC? how many nodes and how will i make it work? >> >> Regards, >> </VJ> >> > >