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HTTP Session Management while using Nginx as in “Round Robin” mode Load-balancer?

Even though this is an old post it still has high SEO rating thus trying to answer. While you may take advantage of the clustered storage you should always deal with session persistance in single ...
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Do multiple entries for nslookup imply load-balancer via DNS?

As the top answer in the link says, load balancing based DNS is not reliable; it also is known for not being able to distribute load evenly. When using DNS load-balancing techniques you are dependent ...
Rui F Ribeiro's user avatar
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distribute the JVM across a cluster of machines

Elaborating on my comment and assuming that you aren't thinking of something very esoteric... Perhaps you're looking at that diagram and interpreting it as if the users are using an application that ...
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How to NGINX reverse proxy to backend server which has a self signed certificate?

Your 443 server block is not configured for SSL requests. You need to add ssl to the listen directive and configure ssl_certificate and ssl_certificate_key. E.g. server { listen 443 ssl; ...
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Constant concurrent connections drain my server storage

OK we found out what was the issue, just so I close the question as there was no DDoS or any attack: Client IT has set their load balancer to, literarily, machinegun server instances, and all the ...
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Apache load balancer always redirect

That sounds like your backend doesn't set jsessionid cookies? The docs suggest to start from the following example if your backend doesn't set cookies itself: Header add Set-Cookie "ROUTEID=.%{...
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NGINX LoadBalancer not working, only pulling up default index.html site on LB, not upsteam servers

Use nginx -T to test you configuration, and more importantly, view the actual configuration that nginx is using. Start from /etc/nginx/nginx.conf as all other files are included from there.
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nginx tcp balancer + exchange

Load imap module and you can do check as below: check interval=5000 rise=2 fall=5 timeout=2000 type=imap; nginx connects to the imap server, receives the greeting response to diagnose if the ...
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Reverse SSH Tunnel

HTTP servers like nginx are able to proxy based on the hostname because it is sent in the HTTP/1.1 Host header of the request. SSH does not have this concept of virtual hosts, the client not send the ...
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Using a load balancer instead of Apache to throttle transactions from specific IP's

I would advise you to setup mod_evasive in Apache. From mod_evasive on Apache mod_evasive is an evasive maneuvers module for Apache that provides evasive action in the event of an HTTP DoS ...
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Why does my cpu never get past 60-70% cpu usage? Where is the bottleneck?

I don't think this is a problem, rather this is the behaviour of the program you are running. Your application (compiling) doesn't do 100% CPU, it might be doing quite a bit of IO. When application ...
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