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Multi-server install (High Availability)
06-06-2018, 01:56 AM (This post was last modified: 06-06-2018 02:04 AM by wpt2018.)
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RE: Multi-server install (High Availability)
(06-05-2018 07:16 AM)pmeenan Wrote:  The test ID generation ensures the ID's are unique across servers so they can use the same backing store for results. It only works for the archived store (and they archive immediately) so any server can display results from any other server but the process of actually running the tests still needs to go through specific servers.
Thanks Pat for the quick response.

For immediate S3 archiving over HTTPS and also test results can be retrieved from any server, would you please confirm below settings to achieve that? And is there any way to rely on IAM role attached to the EC2 to upload to S3 instead of injecting the access & secret keys?

archive_s3_server=s3.amazonaws.com
archive_s3_key=<access key>
archive_s3_secret=<secret>
archive_s3_bucket=archive-bucket
archive_s3_url=https://s3.amazonaws.com/

;Number of days to keep tests locally before archiving
archive_days=0

;Run archive script hourly automatically as agents poll for work
cron_archive=0

(06-05-2018 07:17 AM)pmeenan Wrote:  btw, I have thought about how to make it truly HA with SQS or pub/sub instead of beanstalkd for the queues and result processing but none of it got plumbed and it will probably be a reasonable amount of work.
This will be great addition to the WPT, thanks for your efforts!
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RE: Multi-server install (High Availability) - wpt2018 - 06-06-2018 01:56 AM

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