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Code to iterate through multiple proxies

Posted on 2013-06-19
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HI, I have several identical servers in different locations. These machines are accessed through web services. Presently I have to access each machine seperately to add tasks, interrogate stats etc. I would like to have tasks from the controlling web site iterate through the multiple proxy connections to each server so that a task is completed on each machine in turn, keeping them in sync. For instance to add a test to the apache database, I create the test on the controlling web site , click add and that test is added to each servers databse in turn.
Can anyone think of a way to do this?
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Shane
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by:ryan80
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have you looked at webmin? it can be setup to manage multiple servers. not sure if that is what you are looking for.

Is this windows or linux?

Powershell could be used as well.
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No, this is Windows. It is a c# website that communicates to a number of servers. Originally it just managed a single server via web services. We are adding duplicates in different locations and I need to perform the same tasks on each server via the same set of web services but connecting in turn to the remote servers.
For instance if I add a new test to a server which will be stored ina mysql database I need to iterate through the different proxies and keep repeating the task.
Does that make sense?
Thanks

Shane
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sorry, that is beyond my knowledge.
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A colleague of mine has devised a class that resolves this issue.
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Resolved in house.
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