Does Nginx support cookie which acts as a load balance?
al-nginx at none.at
Thu Jan 3 21:20:17 MSK 2008
On Fre 04.01.2008 01:23, Joe wrote:
> Hi All
> I setup a load balance by using Nginx, there have several Linux boxes
> running PHP+MySQL as the backend servers, they're all for Blog
> | | | | | +--+--+ +-+-+ +-+-+ +-+-+ +-+-+
> | LB1 | | A | | B | | C | | D |
> +-----+ +---+ +---+ +---+ +---+
> Nginx several Blog servers
> Assuming the domain name is blog.abc.com, when user sign in server A
> with his own username and password, if he try to access blog.abc.com
> again, it's possible that his requests will be transferred to server B
> or others, then I think this user will be asked for input his username
> and password again on server B or others. So my question is how can I
> configure Nginx to let this user access server A again when he access
> blog.abc.com until he sign out?
Nginx have not this possibility yet.
A possible solution is to use haproxy as upstream target and let
haproxy make the cookie stickyness
Cheers & hth
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