MariaDB Galera Cluster

MariaDB Galera Cluster is a synchronous multi-master cluster that runs on Linux only. It has been a standard part of the server since MariaDB 10.1.

Title Description
What is MariaDB Galera Cluster? Basic information on MariaDB Galera Cluster.
About Galera Replication About Galera replication.
Galera Use Cases Common use cases for Galera replication.
MariaDB Galera Cluster - Known Limitations Describing the known limitations of MariaDB Galera Cluster.
Tips on Converting to Galera Best/required practices when using Galera for High-availability
Getting Started with MariaDB Galera Cluster Synchronous multi-master cluster for Linux supporting XtraDB/InnoDB storage engines.
Configuring MariaDB Galera Cluster Details on how to configure MariaDB Galera Cluster.
State Snapshot Transfers (SSTs) in Galera Cluster In an SST, the cluster provisions nodes by transferring a full data copy from one node to another.
Galera Cluster Status Variables Galera Cluster Status Variables
Galera Cluster System Variables Listing and description of Galera Cluster system variables.
Building the Galera wsrep Package on Ubuntu and Debian Short how-to on building the galera package on Debian
Building the Galera wsrep Package on Fedora Short how-to on building the galera package on Fedora
Installing Galera from Source Building Galera from source.
Galera Test Repositories To facilitate development and QA, we have created some test repos for the Galera wsrep provider.
wsrep_provider_options Galera options set with the wsrep_provider_options variable.
Galera Cluster Address Galera URLs
Galera Load Balancer A load balancer specifically designed for Galera Cluster
MariaDB Galera Cluster Releases Galera Cluster release notes and changelogs.
Upgrading Galera Cluster Upgrading MariaDB Galera Cluster.
Using MariaDB Replication with MariaDB Galera Cluster Information on using MariaDB replication with MariaDB Galera Cluster.
Securing Communications in Galera Cluster Enabling TLS encryption in transit for Galera Cluster.
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