YNT: [squid-users] Load Balancing?

From: Ilker Gokhan <IlkerG@dont-contact.us>
Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2001 13:58:23 +0200

There are some alternatives for load balancing. As far as I know some of
them :

1- DNS load balancing (using by round-robin option): But If your cache down,
you may have some trouble because DNS couldnt perceive this situaiton.
2- you can use .pac files properly.I think It is very flexible solution .
3- L4 switching .I guess the best solution but Its too expensive.
4- You may establish cluster servers with www.linuxvirtualserver.org

Best regards,
Ilker G.

> Kimden: Adam.Shields@psg-pinkerton.com
> [mailto:Adam.Shields@psg-pinkerton.com]
> Tarih: Friday, March 16, 2001 11:26 AM
> Kime: squid-users@squid-cache.org
> Konu: [squid-users] Load Balancing?
> Thanks to all for your help in getting me setup with squid,
> now the boss
> wants it load balanced like the MS proxy servers were, I
> doubt there's any
> directive in squid for this, but I was wondering if some of
> the folks out
> there with load balancing enabled through different schemes
> could/would be
> willing to share their setups?
> Thanks again,
> P.S. Special thanks to Robert Collins and the folks who
> worked on the NTLM
> scheme, and to all the people who helped develop the helpers
> sections and
> auth schemes, your making squid a corporate name.
> Adam Shields
> PC Technician
> Pinkerton Services Group
> 1-800-528-5745 x.658

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