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From Jimmy Hsueh <misgar...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Trafficserver load balancing
Date Wed, 23 Jun 2010 12:17:16 GMT
Hi,

I am also interested in this feature.   I found the url hash sample code in
query_remap plugin example.

Is there any plugin example that illustrates how to do some health check for
multiple backend servers ?

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2010/5/19 Fermín Manzanedo Guzmán <fmanzanedo@jetmultimedia.es>

> El 18/05/10 17:12, Leif Hedstrom escribió:
>
>  On 05/18/2010 09:01 AM, Fermín Manzanedo Guzmán wrote:
>>
>>> Hello
>>>
>>> We're trying to implement a load balanced system with a few apache
>>> servers bihind a local trafficserver cluster.
>>>
>>> we're reading the doc but it seems not to be possible (by now?).
>>>
>>> Is there any possibility to activate load-balancing in trafficserver?
>>>
>>
>>
>> Well, it supports "DNS round-robin" in the core. Also, Steve committed an
>> example plugin that does basic hashing on the request path I think.  But
>> when you say load-balancing, do you actually mean something that measures
>> "load" on the real-servers ?
>>
>>
> Hi.
>
> Not necesarily a real load measure, but this sounds really great!
>
>
>  There are a couple of plugins that Y! will open source that provides some
>> features that a typical SLB would provide (e.g. URL hashing), but I have no
>> ETA on that  (the URL hashing plugin is a bit complicated because it needs
>> to be rewritten using some open source pieces).
>>
>> This question comes up frequent enough that maybe we need to make a
>> simpler plugin that does health checking and round-robin or sticky (by
>> client IP) traffic balancing?
>>
>
>  By now a simple load balancing like round-robin or something like you are
> saying may cover our requirements.
>
>
> BR
> --
> Fermin
>
>

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