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Re: Webserver Redundacy

Quoting Craig Sanders <cas@taz.net.au>:

> DNS-based round-robin "load balancing" is pretty useless for what you
> want. it doesn't give you redundancy, if one server goes down then half
> the requests will fail.

>From my experience with this, most clients (be it web or LDAP etc) will
eventually try the other IP (without returning an error)... ?

> i suggest you look into LVS anyway.

This probably the most sane way... I haven't tried it in a couple of
years, but when I did, it wasn't mature enough. That was a long time
ago though, so I probably would go this route if I had to do it all

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