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Solaris 11: How to use ILB to create HA loadbalancer across two backend servers?

I'm attempting to use Solaris 11's ILB to create a loadbalancer across two backend DNS servers. Here's my requirements: Two external IPs: .XXX.YYY, .XXX.ZZZ - these are the DNS IP's that our clients ...
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IPtables Packet Balancing

I would like to see the below work as a result of seeing several posts online that have this working but not quite the same as my situation. Forgive me if it appears to be a stupid idea as I'm now ...
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Port fowarding and load balancer in ubuntu server 12.04

I am looking to create a load balancing server. Essentially here is what I want to do: I have a public IP address, lets say 1.1.1.1 I have a second public IP address, lets say 2.2.2.2. I have a ...
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Implementing load balancing on any Linux distro

I am thinking of implementing a load balancing solution for personal use. What I want to do, is to maximize data throughput over mobile phone Internet connections. Let me be clear: I have data plan ...
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Is there a way to renice the network stack?

I have an ARM Linux board that is a router to 16 other boards. When all these download their updates via the router, the network routing effort starves the user space so that a software watchdog (and ...
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Skip routing via `lo` interface for outgoing packets

Introduction I have following load balancing configuration: 10.0.1.31 - lb 10.0.1.35 - virtual IP 10.0.1.32 - node1 (tomcat + mysql) 10.0.1.33 - node2 (tomcat + mysql) I'm using keepalived which ...
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Apache: Simulate 100 new connections per sec with ab

I know I can use "-c" switch in ab to simulate a certain number of concurrent connections. Is there a way in which I could use "ab" to simulate 100 new clients every second visiting my website or ...
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NFS Automatic Fail-over or Load-balanced or Clustering?

I've been using NFS (and it is the only one i know well in Network Files) for a few years. But still can not able to find out .. How to make NFS Servers in Clustered Design (or Load-balanced?) Or at ...
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Capacities on Load-balancer & Web Servers? Bandwidth + Performance

I'm on DigitalOcean and I have a very simple scenario for my website. Now having 3000 concurrent hits every minutes. (For example) Currently it is directly on 1 only single Apache Server. The ...
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Corosync/Pacemaker cluster loss of synchronization

I'm facing a problem with the corosync and pacemaker cluster software. I've two virtual nodes (Scientific Linux 6.4) and corosync/pacemaker installed on them: corosync-1.4.1-17.el6.x86_64 ...
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Redundant and Load Balanced storage on FreeBSD?

Back from: Load balanced & Redundant Storage on FreeBSD How do I create a (Redundant and Load Balanced) Storage based on FreeBSD? Storage should be located on (2 or more servers) providing ...
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Load balanced & Redundant Storage on FreeBSD [closed]

Did Google for this the last week, still can't find any reasonable solutions for FreeBSD. Most of the articles contain solutions for a fail-over storage only (FreeBSD HAST). This is NOT what I'm ...
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installing apache httpd server on RHEL-6

I have 5 systems running Apache tomcat server, for load balancing i need to install Apache httpd server, how should I do this, please provide me some useful links and your opinions on this. I am ...
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Load Balancer Solution with linux

I need a suggestion to realize a proper solution to this problem: As you can see in the image above, I have 2 application servers that need to talk with and external third party provider over the ...