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From Luis Daniel Lucio Quiroz <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] High Availability Load Balancing with Apache
Date Fri, 10 Jul 2015 16:44:57 GMT
There are for sure, better tools to do what you want instead apache.

Look for Corosync+Pacemaker

Luis Daniel Lucio Quiroz
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2015-07-10 12:02 GMT-04:00 Eric Covener <>:

> On Fri, Jul 10, 2015 at 11:57 AM, Alan Peña Islas <>
> wrote:
> > Additionally, making a simple search, there are so many solutions to
> make a
> > high available load balancer (using other software like Artic Monkey,
> > putting physical load balancers, etc), but I want use only apache
> modules.
> > If this is not possible, which solutions have been successfully for you?
> You can't/don't want to do it with Apache modules.  You need to put
> something in front of your Apache cluster that provides a virtual IP
> for Apache via something like NAT or MAC forwarding.  Read a bit about
> LVS (linux virtual server) for example.
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