Fault tolerance strategy to increase Moodle service reliability

A. Zaini, H. Santoso, M. P.T. Sulistyanto

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Abstract

Moodle is one of online Learning Management System that can be downloaded and installed on our server for free. Moodle is suitable solution for universities to organize online learning. Changing all learning activities from offline to online during a pandemic situation, especially for universities, requires Moodle services to be reliably available. The more students it means the more traffic should be handled by Moodle server. Moodle consists of system, user's data and a database. To increase Moodle reliability, we can rely on these components. We can use virtualization technology to simplify migration system and recovery process. Distributed file system technology is a best solution to store Moodle user data because it can be replicated into several nodes and support for high availability. Finally, the last component of Moodle is a database, we can replicate the database into several machine to increase availability. At the top of every Moodle component, we need cluster control to make sure all of Moodle components can be accessed. The results show that with the right fault tolerance strategy, all requests can be responded to 100% without error. In addition, this strategy can also increase the response time 12 times faster when compared to a single server.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012095
JournalJournal of Physics: Conference Series
Volume1869
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 15 Apr 2021
Event2nd Annual Conference of Science and Technology, ANCOSET 2020 - Malang, Virtual, Indonesia
Duration: 28 Nov 2020 → …

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