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From Ian Holsman <I...@cnet.com>
Subject RE: Dynamic Reverse Proxying
Date Wed, 16 May 2001 20:30:30 GMT
no..nothing to do with load balancing.

heres the situation...
we have multiple apps running through one server, and we determine what app the page gets
passed to 
depending on a part of the file name. 

so for example /news/story/123-123-12 would go to the story application,
where /news/lists/123-0-12-1 would go to a another and /news/blah/12312-123 would be served
from disk

we also want /gs/story/123-123-12 to go to the story application, and possibly 
also /foo/bnar/123-9 to go there as well.

this could all be achived with rewriting the file/url so that it could map to a proxypass

The next 'challenge' is that we want to be able to add new applications, or modify the settings
minimal changes to the config on the webserver (we plan to have some kind of XML page with
this logic
and it will be updated every hour or so) so when we have a new 'type of page' it will go in
a restart.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Graham Leggett [mailto:minfrin@sharp.fm]
> Sent: Wednesday, May 16, 2001 10:28 AM
> To: modproxy-dev@apache.org
> Subject: Re: Dynamic Reverse Proxying
> Ian Holsman wrote:
> > we have a need to be able to, based on a part of the
> > URL/Note in the notes table, to determine which application
> > server/path  we will r-proxy the request to, and the timeout
> > values we expect from the app.
> > 
> > we plan on doing this via setting a couple of application
> > notes, and writing a request handler which will understand
> > these.
> What are you trying to achieve? - this sounds like you're trying to do
> server load balancing, or am I wrong?
> Regards,
> Graham
> -- 
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> minfrin@sharp.fm		"There's a moon
> 					over Bourbon Street
> 						tonight..."

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