true load balancer
jh at zscout.de
Wed Jul 23 23:23:40 MSD 2008
Search the mailinglist archive, there where extensive discussion about
the different possible approaches and their problems. The discussions
circulated around monitoring, event handling and such.
Just a hint no advice :-)
Am 23.07.2008 um 20:48 schrieb Almir Karic:
> i'm kinda interested in implementing a true load balancer
> in nginx, my idea is to extend the upstream module so that it would be
> able to dynamically modify the configuration of servers (such as mark
> them down or change the weight) i see two possible ways:
> - controlling socket over which you would feed the commands
> - UPSTREAM method (similar to ncache's PURGE), the advantages of this
> being easier control of configuration file and no need for a
> thread to listen on the socket
> the idea is to implement just the controling protocol in nginx, it
> require some controling daemon/script to actually do anything useful.
> thoughts? advices?
> also any chance of this kind of code making it to official nginx?
> vi vi vi -- the number fo the beast
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