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From Dionisio Cortes Fernandez <bloodbr...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Load balancing
Date Wed, 17 Oct 2012 07:08:58 GMT
Thanks Eric, I´m going to see that

2012/10/17 Eric Covener <covener@gmail.com>

> On Tue, Oct 16, 2012 at 5:57 PM, Dionisio Cortes Fernandez
> <bloodbrawl@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I´ve been trying to make a load balanced Apache servet without all the
> > success I wanted. I used this mods
> >
> > proxy
> > proxy_balancer
> > proxy_http
> > status
> >
> > And I get a main server that balances the load, to the other nodes, that
> > it´s not at all, the solution I wanted.
> >
> >                           ____________
> >                          |____weblb___|
> >                            |                  |
> >                            |                  |
> >                   _____|____    ____|______
> >                  |   web1     |    |      web2    |
> >                  |_________|    |__________|
> >
> > I don´t really like the solution because as far as I know, all the web
> > traffic is through weblb (because web1 and web2 only have one NIC and
> its in
> > a internal network with weblb, and i see their pages), and I wanted weblb
> > only to distribute the petitions, and later web1 and web2 act as normal
> > servers, so for example, half of user will use web1, and the other half
> > web2, but they only know one ip address (weblb). I know this should be
> > possible as facebook or google or that big companies uses lots of
> machines
> > and you only know one domain, and I don´t think they use that schema,
> > because only one server couldn´t have all throughput needed to all users.
> >
> > So I don´t know if I´m trying with the wrong approach or there are any
> other
> > modules that I can use to do what I want.
>
> Maybe you want a layer 2 load balancer, or "ip sprayer", not a layer 7
> HTTP proxy.
>
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