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    Load Balancing in dedicated server

    Hellow

    It would like to know if it is possible to make load balancing in dedicated servers.

    Since already I am thanks.

    Sorry my english. I'm learning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by romzinho
    Hellow

    It would like to know if it is possible to make load balancing in dedicated servers.

    Since already I am thanks.

    Sorry my english. I'm learning.
    Extremely easy .. what applications do you need to distribute, and what OS would be powering them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by romzinho
    Hellow

    It would like to know if it is possible to make load balancing in dedicated servers.

    Since already I am thanks.

    Sorry my english. I'm learning.
    Simply put - yes. The cheapest (0 cost) method is just having DNS point at 2 ip's for your 2 servers. This works fine for static web content, but can be a bit more complicated if you utilize databases (then you need your web application to know how to read/write between 2 databases which requires some know how).

    Longer answer: depends on your application, operating system, and network (i.e. both servers in the same geographic datacenter or not).
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    I use for personal sites. It happens that forum grew very.

    Necessary to make a load balancing. I use vBulletin, and has hours of the day, that is very slow and memory goes used 99%.

    Use the RHEL in the server.

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    I would recommend using a different server for mysql for now..that should be enough..

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