From: Terlouw, Mike (mike.terlouwIZZATcw.com)
Date: Mon Dec 30 2002 - 05:19:51 EST
As Claudio also mentioned this has to do with the client's source address.
If most of your clients would be behind a proxy this would have a negative
effect on the load balancing. The hash computed from the source IP will
always be using the same real server. If you want to use hashing metric for
persistency, try leastconnections and cookie insert mode. This will give you
both persistency and balancing.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: WIPRO Omkar Dubay [mailto:WIPRO_OMKARIZZATdm.gov.ae]
> Sent: zondag 29 december 2002 13:17
> To: 'lb-lIZZATvegan.net'
> Subject: [load balancing] Load balancing http with hash
> Iam using Alteon Ad3 Web OS version 10.x for Load balancing
> my web servers.
> iam running 2 instances of web server on a single web server
> on 2 different
> ports. and it has been configured to load balance with metric HASH.
> Server1 = WS1 and WS2
> Server2 = WS1 and WS2 (were WS1 and WS2 are two instances of
> web server
> running on different ports.
> If is see the stastics and log files of Websever i c 95% all
> the traffic is
> going to Server2.
> I have configured both the instances of the web server in a
> single group.
> and hash parameter in the filter was checked for both auto
> and dip but no
> Any clue waht could be the problem.
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