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mod-balancer in SSPR?


So I am putting together 2-3 SSPR servers but want to have load
balancing between them. I know Apache can use mod-balancer to do this
with other things so I'm assuming that this will work with SSPR? I do
expect large loads of traffic to my SSPR servers so I don't have a major
need for big time load balancing like with an F5 or anything but mainly
want something so that if one server goes down that we can functioning.
Our normal loads are only expected to be less than 100 requests per day.
But in the event that we do get a spike like 5000 requests I need to
know that mod-balancer and SSPR will be able to deal with that should it
happen.


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Re: mod-balancer in SSPR?


gdrtx;256705 Wrote:
> So I am putting together 2-3 SSPR servers but want to have load
> balancing between them. I know Apache can use mod-balancer to do this
> with other things so I'm assuming that this will work with SSPR? I do
> expect large loads of traffic to my SSPR servers so I don't have a major
> need for big time load balancing like with an F5 or anything but mainly
> want something so that if one server goes down that we can functioning.
> Our normal loads are only expected to be less than 100 requests per day.
> But in the event that we do get a spike like 5000 requests I need to
> know that mod-balancer and SSPR will be able to deal with that should it
> happen.


You do not need any type of application-level load balance for SSPR.
You just need a network-level load balancer in front of multiple SSPR
servers. Be sure to configure your network load balance appliance so it
supports sticky sessions.


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