Failover and loadbalancer using keepalived (LVS) on two machines
January 26th, 2009
In this scenario, we have two machines and try to make the most of available resources. Each of the node will play the role of realserver, it will provide a service such as a web or a mail server. At the same time, one of the machines will loadbalance the requests to itself and to its neighbor. The node that is responsible of the loadbalancing owns the VIP. Every client connects to it transparently thanks to the VIP. The other node is also able to take over the VIP if it detects that current master failed but in nominal case only process requests forwarded by the loadbalancer.
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B. Cénou (2010, 29 avril). Failover and loadbalancer using keepalived (LVS) on two machines. Cléo Radar. Consulté le 23 février 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/mx1u