Setting Up Web Servers Load Balancing Using ‘POUND’ on RHEL/CentOS

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Thilina Uvindasiri

I'm a BSc Special (Hons) graduate in Information Technology and works as an Engineer-Systems. Love to work, explore and research Linux and play rugby as a hobby.

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8 Responses

  1. Surender says:

    Dear Thilina Uvindasiri,
    I want to learn apace load balancing or HA clustering concept without sharing storage.
    So please help me to learn this concept.

  2. Paresh says:

    Hi
    what kind of redundancy option available for gateway server?

  3. Thilina Uvindasiri says:

    Hi Konrad,

    POUND is designed for load balancing of application traffic. To my knowledge, you can’t use POUND for balancing domain traffic.

  4. konrad says:

    Hi,
    can I configure POUND for openLDAP ?

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