HA Proxy [synthetic] benchmarks on 10Gbit traffic. Linux network stack is the bottle neck here, not HAProxy, i.e. you can 10G line rate on big frames and few connections.
Archive for the 'loadbalancing' Category
[a blog post with ] good explanation about how failover happens in round-robin DNS setups. i.e. it is safe for browsers and most modern http-client libraries, but probably is not safe for other protocols
Article about SSL termination with NGINX. In sort: 2 x 4 core AMD 2.5GHz == 25000 SSL TPS
discussion on LB-L (load balancing mailing list) about load-balancer performance benchmarks, vendor’s BS and so on.
notes about how IIS creates and uses sessions for “classic ASP” (ASP.DLL)
some notes about keep-alive proxy setup for apache
examples for config scripts for ucarp daemon. ucap is a alternative for VRRP, alows 2 devices to have shared IP address. used for setup redundant routers, load balancers
[RUS] Юникс и другие » Blog Archive » Построение отказоустойчивого балансировщика нагрузки на базе Perlbal/HeartbeatThursday, January 29th, 2009
[RUSSIAN] How to configure Perlball + Heartbeat as HA load balancer with session support for app servers
another evidence that if u need a loadbalancer — ngnix is the answer these days [and maybe perlball]