> In article <Xns93E48941C1828nonamenowherenet18.104.22.168>,
> Subba Rao <nonamenowhere.net> wrote:
> | One of my customers wants to setup Load balancing using Linux system for
> | their Web server farm. Is there any software tool that manages the load
> | balancing for the Web farm?
> | If I were to use a cluster, what packages would I need to have a load
> | balancing facility setup?
> | If anyone done this before, could you please point me to some resources
> | on how you did it?
> Unfortunately you are just short of having a optimal answer. The best
> thing available is the linuxvirtualserver.org stuff, which really needs
> custom kernels on every machine, etc, or will concentrate traffic in the
> virtual server.
> There is what appears to be far more capable code in the 2.6 kernel
> series, if I'm not reading it wrong it seems to be capable of working
> with unpatched kernels as targets, and possibly that "other operating
> system" as well. I'm just looking at mail from non-developers, I
> haven't gone to the site for info, but it's the same site so you can
> check that out and see if the new features are really more capable. On
> my list for Thanksgiving weekend, not before.