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Does vBulletin support master/slave configurations?

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  • dinarmet
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    Thanks for your help!

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  • JamesAB
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    Absolutely. Just look for this section in your config.php file.
    Code:
        //    ****** SLAVE DATABASE CONFIGURATION ******
        //    If you have multiple database backends, this is the information for your slave
        //    server. If you are not 100% sure you need to fill in this information,
        //    do not change any of the values here.
    $config['SlaveServer']['servername'] = '';
    $config['SlaveServer']['port'] = 3306;
    $config['SlaveServer']['username'] = '';
    $config['SlaveServer']['password'] = '';
    $config['SlaveServer']['usepconnect'] = 0;

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  • Does vBulletin support master/slave configurations?

    I have 5 vBulletin sites running on one server and recently added a database server. Performance has improved but I am considering adding another database server to act as a slave for read queries. Does vBulletin support master/slave configurations?

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