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With increasing workload on web and mail servers, scalable server on a cluster of computers is found to be an effective solution. The Linux Virtual Server is a one such highly scalable and highly available server built on a cluster of real servers. It is extremely fast and allows load balancing of services like web, mail and media services. It has an advanced load balancer running on the Linux operating system.

In this article, I will be explaining some of the LVS terms and types of LVS clusters commonly employed. I have also explained a simple LVS-DR cluster configuration for better understanding.
 read more | mail this link | score:8440 | -shyju, September 25, 2008
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