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April 03, 2013 04:20PM
Folks,

I'm sharing processing load across 3 remote servers, and am having a
terrible time getting it balanced.

Here's the config

upstream backend {
server 192.168.162.218:9000 fail_timeout=30 max_fails=3 weight=1
; # Engine 1
server 192.168.175.5:9000 fail_timeout=30 max_fails=3 weight=1;
# Engine 2
server 192.168.175.213:9000 fail_timeout=30 max_fails=3 weight=1
; # Engine 3
}


When the server gets busy, all load seems to be put onto the final
entry, which is seeing load averages in the 70's, whereas the first 2
are below 5.

This is causing serious performance issues. How on earth can we force a
more even loading?

Cheers,

Steve


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GreenGecko April 03, 2013 04:20PM

Re: upstream load balancing.

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