[CentOS] Apache/Cluster issue -- Single public IP address

James Hogarth james.hogarth at gmail.com
Fri Jan 8 17:14:16 UTC 2010

I was wondering this myself (we use F5) but if he doesn't have the budget
for a  redundant pair of F5's )they are pricey...) then he may be trying to
get resilience this way....

That said a single front end apache server with mod_proxy and load balanced
across N nodes (depending on front end firewall too) might be simpler

2010/1/8 nate <centos at linuxpowered.net>

> avi at myphonebook.co.in wrote:
> > Is this the end of the road, for installing apache as a service with ONE
> > public IP
> > address??
> You sure you have the right solution? Using RHCS for web serving
> seems really complicated, I would use a load balancer instead. Myself
> I have most experience with F5 gear but there is LVS on linux(never
> used it). With load balancers you can often offload things like
> SSL, compression, etc. It makes life much easier for scaling, since
> you can have multiple systems serving content for the same public
> IP, and add/remove more at will, really trivial to manage.
> Depends on the size of your cluster..
> http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/csgfs/browse/rh-cs-en/pt-lvs.html
> nate
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