me at christianhoenig.de
Sat Apr 12 23:53:18 EDT 2003
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> > >Do we now wakeup the backend, the mysqlserver (or both if they
> > >are diff'rent machines) ?
> > You then first try to contact them, and if that fails, you try to
> > wake them up.
> I don't think you have that kind of control. When you attempt
> to make contact, WoL (if enabled) would cause the target machine
> to wake because of the incoming packets. Either you send a packet
> to that host or you don't.
I'm not quite sure, if I missunderstand you, or you missunderstand WOL.
If you enable wol on a network adapter, it only wakes up, if you send the
'magic' paket to this adapter. It does not wake up, if you send any paket to
> Another issue that may need to be looked at is that the frontend
> doesn't currently attempt to re-establish a connection to the
> backend, after communication is lost, which is annoying in
> general, but could make it impossible to implement this idea.
I don't see the issue with that thing? :-)
What do you think is the problem?
take care, have fun
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