[Seaside] Load balancing

Ramon Leon ramon.leon at allresnet.com
Tue Jul 25 21:40:56 UTC 2006

> Thank you Cees,
>    You would somehow use a persistent Seaside session on memcached ?
>    Is that what you suggested for sharing users' sessions?
>    Or would you force, by other means, http requests coming 
> from the same user session to hit the same Seaside image? 
>    Does anybody know how did the guys at dabbledb.com solve this?
>    Cluster databases can be set up easily with PostgresSQL, 
> so I think that could be solved.
>    Thanks again.
>    r.

I'd simply pin a session to the server that originated it, as far as I know
all major load balancing software and hardware supports doing this.  I do it
on my .Net apps to avoid sharing session state through a database, I plan on
doing the same with my seaside apps across a three server farm.

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