[Seaside] Load balancing

Ramiro Diaz Trepat ramirodt at gmail.com
Wed Jul 26 02:12:27 UTC 2006

Thank you very much everyone for your answers.


On 7/25/06, Boris Popov <boris at deepcovelabs.com> wrote:
> We're pretty much of the same school of thought on this one. We are planning
> to run multiple headless images on multiple VMs on multiple ESX servers and
> use Microsoft's Network Load Balancer in the Class-C network affinity mode
> to distribute the incoming requests across the pool. But that's because
> we're a Windows shop :) You could probably buy an appliance that does just
> that and not have to worry about it at all, other than maintaining your
> cluster of servers that actually serve the distributed stream of requests.
> Really, this isn't anything specific to Seaside, you just want to keep the
> statefulness of the server in mind when picking your affinity mode.
> Cheers!
> -Boris
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> Sent: Tuesday, July 25, 2006 2:41 PM
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> Subject: RE: [Seaside] Load balancing
> > 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.

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