Many PBXes services have a functionality where you can call a number you found on your computer. Happily, for us, FusionPBX has this capability but it is quite hidden and not end-user friendly. I will describe here what I did to make it work.
MariaDB comes with a very interesting way to build clusters: semi-synchronous. SS clusters are exactly in the middle of the well-known architecture; while Galera Cluster is a synchronous multi-master cluster for MariaDB (meaning that the cluster is on hold until all the nodes report back the sync) and asynchronous (the cluster waits for no slaves); SS clusters only wait or one node to report back while the others will catch on later.
Also, you can have a master-master SS cluster.
I will talk in this article about how I did this configuration using MariaDB 10.1.x. Remember you can install MariaDB under Centos 6, 7 and 8 (Rocky as well) by using OKay's repository.
Read more: How to Configure MariaDB Semi-Synchronous Replication
As I am working on a project on my private SVN, there is a point where I want people to read the source and send pull requests. So, after some research, I have figured it out.
Let's assume the SVN is hosted at https://svn.inside-out.xyz/svn/my-project and that the GitHub repository is at https://github.com/user/my-project.
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