merlincorey at dc949.org
Thu Jul 23 16:15:17 MSD 2009
Also, there are various tools for redundancy among the OS platforms in
case you want true failover and not to ever pass to backup unless main
is down. These tools may include but not necessarily be limited to
things like CARP in BSD, heartbeat, the previously mentioned
Apologies for double short posts, but I am on my way to bed :).
On 7/23/09, merlin corey <merlincorey at dc949.org> wrote:
> You can use any kind of load balancer, hardware or software based,
> including free ones like HAProxy to accomplish this task that is
> rightly not NginX's
> On 7/22/09, Igor Sysoev <is at rambler-co.ru> wrote:
>> On Tue, Jul 21, 2009 at 11:55:27AM -0400, vburshteyn wrote:
>>> Hi, folks, i am back with more info requests.
>>> Does anybody have NGINX in fail over mode? in case if one server fails
>>> then the other one will take over. I know there are tons of tools to
>>> monitor for hardware failure, but i was just curious if anybody has
>>> something to monitor software level.
>> nginx supports fail over for upstreams, but if you mean fail over between
>> two or more peer nginxes, then it is not supported. This is actually not
>> nginx's task at all.
>> Igor Sysoev
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