|Question about replicate||SeongUk Baek||10/8/12 9:11 AM|
When configured as first image, the problem is that developers do repo init / repo sync by selecting one of slaves.
Since a developer selects the one of slave, it leads not to maintain the load balancing equally between slave 1 to 7 so the request by this developer is to occur to loads to a certain slave. We already dropped the notice to these users who tends to occur to this type of behavior. However it seems they do not actually abide by the rule I recommended.
Therefore, I am thinking to use L4 switch as described the second image. Can you please let me know if you have the case study by using L4 which I consider to have from now?
|Re: Question about replicate||MartinFick||10/8/12 10:29 AM|
On Monday, October 08, 2012 10:11:46 am seonguk.baek wrote:> developers do repo init/ repo sync by selecting one of
> slaves.We do put a load balancer in front of our slaves. I believe
it is a layer 3 switch though. I see no reason why level 4
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|Re: Question about replicate||SeongUk Baek||10/8/12 11:22 PM|
Thanks for your reply :-)
2012년 10월 9일 화요일 오전 2시 29분 14초 UTC+9, MartinFick 님의 말: