Causal Cluster FAQ for heavy workloads

Lagging of follower instances and what causes it? The main reason for followers to fall behind is highly concurrent and continuous read/write workloads. This can cause the instances get overwhelmed which causes some extra latency in propagating the data to… Read more →

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Configure HAProxy to Send Write Requests to Leader Node Only

There are a few options regarding implementation of a proxy server to direct writes to a Master node and reads to the Slave nodes in a Neo4j cluster. Commonly, it is recommended to handle this logic in the application code.… Read more →

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How to monitor if a follower is in sync with Leader (Causal Cluster)

To monitor if a Follower is in sync with its Leader, or know how much it is lagging behind, it is possible to check the Last Commited Transaction Id from Leader and Follower. Last Commited Transaction Id can be assessed… Read more →

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