Does anyone have any recommendations or suggestions for commerical
Unix-based load balancing web servers? Any pointers in the right
direction are also appreciated. Thanks!
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Apache can load balance with reverse proxy and mod rewrite quite well.Quote:> Does anyone have any recommendations or suggestions for commerical
> Unix-based load balancing web servers? Any pointers in the right
> direction are also appreciated. Thanks!
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> > Does anyone have any recommendations or suggestions for commerical
> > Unix-based load balancing web servers? Any pointers in the right
> > direction are also appreciated. Thanks!
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I am trying to find information about how to set up load balancing high
availability web servers. Can somebody please point me in the right
I am aware of the round-robin DNS method, but it doesn't distribute load
evenly and you cannot control which box gets more/less work. I also read
about reverse-proxy, but it rewrites the URL, so the user sees which
machine they are connected to and the users are tied to a particular
server for the duration of the session. I am wondering if there is a
better way. Something that is completely transparent to the user, and
redirects the connection every time http request is sent.
Also, I heard that you can use a proxy server to cache http data to
speed up the web server. Does anybody know anything about that?
thansk a lot,