[TriLUG] Re: LVS / Piranha
ryan.wheaton at comcast.net
Tue Oct 28 15:39:36 EST 2003
I can't really find much documentation on UltraMonkey, but from their
website, it kind of looks like UM is basically the heartbeat package of
a larger LVS implementation?
has anyone used Piranha? It seems very well documented and easy to set
up (from the RedHat site), but i could be sorely mistaken.
On Tuesday, Oct 28, 2003, at 11:40 America/Denver, Jon Carnes wrote:
> UltraMonkey gets my thumbs up too!
> Jon Carnes
> On Tue, 2003-10-28 at 13:20, Lance A. Brown wrote:
>> I've just done something similar where I work using LVS as packaged by
>> UltraMonkey, www.ultramonkey.org. Once I figured out what they were
>> doing and how they were doing it, it was quite easy to set things up.
>> I'm very pleased with it. The UltraMonkey packages provide LVS with
>> both load balancing and high-availability capabilities for both the
>> directors and real servers. Very nice.
>> Ryan Wheaton wrote:
>>> Hey all.
>>> I'm about to start a project to configure my web environment using 4
>>> servers. One is planned to be the firewall / load balancer, two will
>>> be apache frontends, and one will be the mySQL DB server. I'd like
>>> configure the firewall box to be a load balancer for the web traffic,
>>> but I can't quite decide how to go about it. I've looked over some
>>> the stuff at linuxvirtualserver.org, but I was planning on using
>>> RedHat, and it seems that RH does LVS different than the way that
>>> lvs.org does it. Should I be using Piranha for what I want it to do?
>>> Or is LVS the 'real' way to go? Or maybe I should just do DNS round
>>> robin and do my 'load balancing' that way? Any pointers / links /
>>> howtos are much appreciated.
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