[ubuntu-uk] least connections ipvs lvs

xx xx garciaj at gmail.com
Tue Mar 27 09:24:18 BST 2007

Oh yeah is mature and should be stable (to stay in the current kernel).
I'm already using ultra monkey with ndb it works almost perfect theres some
issues but are fully ndb related.
Have you ever tried to loadbalance mysql ? should be """"EASY"""" , i mean
the replicacation is very ""stable"" since 3.23 so i think it can be done
easly with libpcap (while mysql is compiled without ssl).
I mean the basic idea is to separate what is "select"  statements from
modification statements (inserts alter updates bla bla).

Thank you very much pete it was really helpfull.(ipvs howto)

On 3/27/07, Pete Ryland <pdr at pdr.cx> wrote:
> On 27/03/07, xx xx <garciaj at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi mates does anyone try to loadbalance some stuff wit ipvs ? there is
> no to
> > much info on the web but i know it support a bunch of algorythms for
> > loadbalancing.
> > I was using pools{} on openbsd but it does only support roundrobin.
> The Linux Virtual Server website has some very good information on it:
> http://www.linuxvirtualserver.org/
> The howto is here:
> http://www.austintek.com/LVS/LVS-HOWTO/
> You could also use something like Ultramonkey:
> http://www.ultramonkey.org/3/
> I saw an amazing demo of Ultramonkey a few years ago at VA-J where
> there was a server streaming video content to a laptop with buffering
> turned off.  The server had the plug pulled and it seamlessly failed
> over to its twin without even a glitch on the client side.
> LVS is very mature now compared to its humble hearbeat/fake beginnings
> almost ten years ago.
> Pete
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