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Re: Sharing the load of a server between two boxes and two CPU's



Am Mo, den 26.09.2005 schrieb John Wendel um 20:02:
> Mark Jordan wrote:

> > I have two i386 boxes, ones a pentium 3 and i'm not so sure about the
> > other one but I can check in a bit ... I think both are about 500 MHz
> > w/ 128MB RAM and 10 GB hard drives. Both have the i386 version of
> > Fedora Core on. I'm planning to set up an apache server on one or the
> > other and was wondering if I could actually have both processors share
> > the load using an Ethernet network .
> > 
> > The way I was planning to set up the network was:
> > 
> > cable modem --> hub -->    ||eth0--comp1--eth1||   -->    ||eth0--comp2||
 
> > Mark

> Take a look at
> 
> http://www.inlab.de/balance.html

> John

Pound http://www.apsis.ch/pound/ is worth a close look too.

Alexander


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