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From Debra Rozier <droz...@inovitech.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Question
Date Mon, 25 Jan 2016 23:27:36 GMT
No, this is a php application, installed in a windows environment, not
apache.  The load balancer is a network load balancer.  One URL that users
login to that routes them to either one of the web servers.  The
application is installed on both VMs.
On Jan 25, 2016 6:21 PM, "Frank Gingras" <francois.gingras@gmail.com> wrote:

>
>
> On 25/01/16 02:59 PM, Debra Rozier wrote:
>
>> I have a php application that is hosted on IIS / MSSQL:
>>
>>   * IIS 8.5 on Windows 2012 R2
>>   * Wincache 1.3.5 / FASTCgi
>>   * PHP 5.4
>>   * MSSQL 2008
>>   * NLB environment with 2 web servers with approx 30-40 users hitting
>>     the web application between the two
>>
>> The problem I am having is that one of the IIS system periodically goes
>> down across both of them and users are no longer able to log into the
>> application if they are currently routed to the downed server, and they
>> are not rerouted to the new server when they attempt to reconnect to the
>> application.  They physically have to point the URL directly to the up
>> server in the NLB to use the second running server.
>>
>> Any thoughts on why this may happen?
>>
>> This is the event that is recorded in the IIS event log:
>>
>> Inline image 1
>>
>> Debra
>>
>>
>>
>>
> So where does httpd come into the picture? Are you using it as a load
> balancer?
>
> Frank
>
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