[CentOS] load balancer recommendations
borepstein at gmail.com
Sun Jan 20 00:22:31 UTC 2013
Absolutely. The solution seems really robust and the price is not bad.
In my case, however, this is not the answer as I need a solution that can
be implemented in a whole variety of networks, including virtual ones.
On Sat, Jan 19, 2013 at 7:18 PM, Joseph Spenner <joseph85750 at yahoo.com>wrote:
> From: Boris Epstein <borepstein at gmail.com>
> To: CentOS mailing list <centos at centos.org>
> Sent: Saturday, January 19, 2013 5:10 PM
> Subject: Re: [CentOS] load balancer recommendations
> Did you mean this:
> But this looks like an integrated solution, hardware and software. I am
> just looking for the software part.
> On Sat, Jan 19, 2013 at 7:06 PM, Joseph Spenner <joseph85750 at yahoo.com
> > I've had pretty good luck with Barracuda load balancers.. You can
> > configure them to keep a user session on a single server, which is often
> > desired, and spread new connections to other servers as they arrive.
> > The only problem I had with them, ironically, was they would crash if I
> > purchased their "Live Updates" feature. It's some sort of auto updating
> > black-list service you can buy which helps protect the device and your
> > resources. But after I disabled that, the device has been rock solid.
> > Been working great since about 2006.
> Yes. It might be worth just getting the whole canned solution, though.
> It is Linux based.
> At the time, the thing was about $1800, which isn't really that bad, and
> it just works. There's a web interface to configure it, and it's
> relatively intuitive.
> If life gives you lemons, keep them-- because hey.. free lemons.
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