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Experts,

I would like to get some ideas or tutorials on how to setup a Centos Web Farm.  My idea is to load balance all the web traffic that will be coming in.
Server will use Apache and PHP.

I would gladly appreciate any load balancing tutorial, how to guides or any suggestions that you have.  

Thank you,
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http://www.ultramonkey.org/
http://wiki.nginx.org/Main

these are the two good opensource loadbalancers
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