On Mon, 5 Sep 2011, Emilio Campos wrote:
> Perfect, It is clear
layer 7 is expensive cpu and throughput wise. However one
solution fits all applications, which makes it easy for the
bean counters to pay for layer 7. Most LVS users have found
that the problem they initially thought could be solved at
layer 7, could be solved at layer 4 with a bit of
application rewriting, or some other clever modification of
the system (eg apache modules, database replication.) LVS is
for the people who don't want to shell out a lot of money.
Writing code in LVS to handle layer 7 would be difficult for
the small number of people that need it.
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