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Re: failover to the next upstream server if one of the servers is slow

June 23, 2018 06:40AM
Can't tell atm. if a timeout forces a node to become offline but 60s is still along time to wait (and decide) without actually knowing if a node is overloaded (it might be just busy which does not always mean overloaded).

There are tools for fi. edge routers which polls a status page to decide to change routing or not, in your case you first need to determine what exactly the conditions are for a node to be slow and then design a way to detect this, then you can look for tooling to automate whatever you want happening.

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failover to the next upstream server if one of the servers is slow

ebondar June 22, 2018 06:50PM

Re: failover to the next upstream server if one of the servers is slow

itpp2012 June 22, 2018 07:00PM

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ebondar June 22, 2018 07:31PM

Re: failover to the next upstream server if one of the servers is slow

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