[Kea-users] Back-end database recommendations?

Jan Schermer jan at schermer.cz
Wed Aug 3 08:50:41 UTC 2016

I used MySQL (percona) in a Galera cluster running on each DHCP server to achieve HA.
Worked like a charm.
But use whatever you are familiar with if that works for your scenario
(I've never done a PostgreSQL cluster and it is rumored to be PITA :)).


> On 03 Aug 2016, at 10:29, Francis Dupont <fdupont at isc.org> wrote:
> Shane Kerr writes:
>> I have a system running using PostgreSQL as a back-end today, but it
>> seems to be a 2nd-class citizen, with MySQL getting the most attention.
> => I don't believe it is by intention. IMHO people working on the database
> code know more MySQL than PostgreSQL so your feeling is just a side effect
> of that.
>> This makes sense since the developers have limited resources and need
>> to focus their attention on what is best for users (and sponsors).
> => limited resources == not enough to do MySQL and PostgreSQL code
> major improvements in parallel.
>> Finally, if I do use MySQL does anyone have experience with using
>> MariaDB or Percona? I'm leaning towards MariaDB since it is not owned
>> by evil corporate Oracle, but I am interested if anyone has real-world
>> advice....
> => on a system I use for testings MySQL was replaced by MariaDB without
> any unexpected consequences. Now I don't use it in production...
> Regards
> Francis Dupont <fdupont at isc.org>
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