I have connections coming into port 8080, my router create a port forwarding (8080) to my first server 192.168.50
I want load balance to other 3 servers
So I install http://www.inlab.de/balance.html
and I receive errors
install: cannot create regular file `/usr/sbin/../man/man1': No such file or directory
But balance was there (/usr/sbin) So I think is ok.
So I tried
/usr/sbin/balance -f 8080 192.168.1.50:8080 192.168.1.51:80 ...
and A lot of alternatives
When I restart my server "balance" run but dont work
If I stop balance command I start receive errors
bind(): Address already in use
So this is my second problem
isnt clear about what I need to do to "share memory"
Should be simple. Someone have a idea how can I "load balance" incoming traffic from port 8080 to
the same server 192.168.1.50:8080
and to others 192.168.1.51:80 ...52:80 ...53:80
My service is http/Apache.
Like I said should be simple and should be my first step to "load balance environment" my servers.
I know I should do my homework and I am doing so I am studying LVS, HeartBeat, Cluster Management (rgmanager service) .
rgmananger should be the solution to do this too, but I cant find good documentation how to use it.
So I love Fedora and I want use it to balance my Apache Trafic but FreeBSD® is more compatible with balance(http://www.inlab.de/balance.html
) like they said.
Fedora 8 or even the new Fedora 9 will have some cool thinks to create this feature or someone can help me with these lot of questions?