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

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Thilina Uvindasiri

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9 Responses

  1. Pankaj Gupta says:


    I have 4 Pound servers on Linux environment where Dynamic configuration is done. Is there any method to take backup of Dynamic Configuration. Cause when ever the pound is restarted the configuration is lost.

    Please suggest
    Best Regards

  2. 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.

  3. Paresh says:

    what kind of redundancy option available for gateway server?

  4. 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.

  5. konrad says:

    can I configure POUND for openLDAP ?

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