On Tue, May 09, 2006 at 05:49:43PM +0800, Ken Perl wrote:
> Do you mean that the pound work great with apache 2.0 and apache 1.3 both?


It doesn't matter.
The clients talk to the pound server. Pound proxies every request to a
backend webserver (mod_perl1, mod_perl2, plain apache, mod_ruby, whatever). You
can configure pound to let specific backend servers handle specific
domains, or urls, or a combination.
The trick is to let multiple backend servers handle requests for a domain.
Pound will notice if a backend server does not respond and takes it
temporarily out of the list of active servers. If you've got enough
redundancy nobody will notice any difference.


> On 5/9/06, Harmen wrote:
> >On Tue, May 09, 2006 at 04:47:14PM +0800, Ken Perl wrote:
> >> Is it possible to make a modperl application to run in cluster? if
> >> yes, how to do that? any doc?

> >
> >Take a few mod_perl servers and put one pound (http://www.apsis.ch/poung/)
> >reverse
> >proxy in front of them.
> >Works great.


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