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In order to do that we can use the following algorithm: 
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1) Compute node sets that don't contain both the primary and the 
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secondary for any instance. This can be done already by the current


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hroller graph coloring algorithm: nodes are in the same set (color)


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if and only if no edge (instance) exists between them (see the


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:manpage:`hroller(1)` manpage for more details).


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2) Inside each node set calculate subsets that don't have any secondary


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node in common (this can be done by creating a graph of nodes that


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are connected if and only if an instance on both has the same


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secondary node, and coloring that graph)


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3) It is then possible to migrate in parallel all nodes in a subset


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created at step 2, and then reboot/perform maintenance on them, and


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secondary of any instance, and also don't contain the primary


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nodes of two instances that have the same node as secondary. These


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can be obtained by computing a coloring of the graph with nodes


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as vertexes and an edge between two nodes, if either condition


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prevents simultaneous maintenance. (This is the current algorithm of


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:manpage:`hroller(1)` with the extension that the graph to be colored


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has additional edges between the primary nodes of two instances sharing


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their secondary node.)


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2) It is then possible to migrate in parallel all nodes in a set


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created at step 1, and then reboot/perform maintenance on them, and


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migrate back their original primaries, which allows the computation 
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above to be reused for each following subset without N+1 failures


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above to be reused for each following set without N+1 failures 

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being triggered, if none were present before. See below about the 
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actual execution of the maintenance. 
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