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Hi i am trying to build an apache cluster with LB. Any articles would be appreciated.
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You can accomplish this relatively easily by using LVS.
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Correction. I have a windows 2008 NLB cluster set up. I have installed apache on both nodes. What else do i need to do on the httpd.conf in order to configure Apache for the windows NLB cluster ?
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