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Old 11-05-2010, 09:15 AM   #1
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haproxy question


I am using haproxy for loadbalancing and I want to know what is the difference or reason for increasing weight?

I have currently

www1 check weight 10
www2 check weight 5

I also have stats being kept,and notice that when I increase the weight
the number of connections increase as well.

I would have

www1 check weight 50
www2 check weight 50

Is this better? Or could it cause HTTP DDOS attacks I been having?

Thank you
 
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