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From Jonathan Hankins <jhank...@homewood.k12.al.us>
Subject Re: High Availability in Guacamole Client
Date Tue, 09 Jan 2018 19:31:52 GMT
What are your users connecting to on the back end? I have a haproxy sitting
between guacamole and our RDP servers (not using connection broker) and am
using a combination of group policy session limits and mstshash cookie to
create session "stickiness" for our users (i.e., always reconnect to your
existing session, with failover.)

-Jonathan Hankins

On Tue, Jan 9, 2018, 12:28 PM Thiago dos Santos Nunes <
thiago@digitalinformatica.com.br> wrote:

> I really need help with High Availability for the Guacamole client.
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> How could I implement this? Mainly regarding the maintenance of the
> session of the users independent of the server that it connects and also
> the maintenance of the number of concurrent users that a connection can
> receive.
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> Let me give you an example:
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> I have 3 frontend servers (client guacamole). And my users can connect in
> a certain connection only 3 at the same time (or 5 or whatever). But as
> each time a user connects in a frontend it falls on a different frontend
> these 3 connections can reach up to 9 (3 connections x number of frontend).
> Think about 20 diferent types of connections in one server
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> Today for me to control the use of resources of the servers and the
> licensing is VERY DIFFICULT.
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> I do not know much about programming and in our environment we can not
> deploy a solution like hazelcast (because of cost, very expensive).
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> Today we use Tomcat 8.5 (we can change it if necessary) and pfsense with
> HAProxy enabled balancing between them (but no session persistence in case
> of a crash or simultaneous access control).
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> Please if you could help me I would be VERY, VERY THANKFUL.
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> Stay with GOD!
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> *Aude et Effice! *[image: Assinatura E-mail]
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