On 19.09.2010 18:50, John Lash wrote:
> Take a look at this link and see if it help. I found it to be pretty useful.
Anyway, I think this is not what I'm trying to do.
It all assumes remote clients connecting to the LVS setup.
Here, I want to have local clients connecting to the same address (either
localhost, or in LAN), and need load balancing.
For example, I have this two-server setup:
client software client software
Client software on any of the servers should always connect to the same
It can be i.e. localhost:1111, or some "LAN" address, like 10.0.0.10:1111.
Then, balancer running on both of these servers should distribute these queries
to both servers.
In theory, I could configure a balancer.example.com DNS entry, which would
point to two IP addresses, but with this approach, 50% of the queries fail if
on of the servers fail.
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