I wasn't very specific, but I was refering to the conections initiated
by !126.96.36.199. So, will they be wrr-ed to both RSs?
Graeme Fowler wrote:
> Hi again
> On Mon, 2008-11-10 at 22:26 +0200, Cristi wrote:
>> Just one question: I currently use the wrr scheduler. Won't this change
>> affect the scheduling process?
> If you want all requests from one source client to be served by one
> realserver, you have no scheduling to speak of (for those requests)
> anyway :)
> Think: you would be round-robin (weighted or otherwise) all connections
> between... one real server. So it doesn't matter.
> The beauty of using the MARK method is that you can separate your
> services out according to very, very specific criteria.