A BigIP will do that as well. <grin>
From: Thomas Hager [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, February 05, 2002 10:05 AM
Subject: Re: Large Open LDAP Installations?
On Tue, 2002-02-05 at 14:45, Roger Thomas wrote:
> i am interested in finding out more about this loadsharing/balancing stuff.
> can nebody give some urls on howto.
> is this sharing/balancing also needed to be applied to ldap config? or is it
> pure o/s stuff?
our solution is os independent. the ldap config is left untouched too.
a radware wsd is a switching module that provides loadbalancing on osi
you simply point all your ldap clients to the wsd, which redirects the
requests to the ldap servers. as far as i can remember, our
configuration keeps track of the open connections to each ldap server
and redirects a request to the ldap server with the least open
you might find some information on radware's webpage
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