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Old 02-17-2005, 10:05 AM   #1
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high availability squid without LVS---------


hello sir,
We are using two squids running simultaneously having one ethernet card each.we want to make high availability system.We tried through LVS (kernel 2.4.28) but Squid was not working properly with LVS.As both squids are running parallelly Is it possible ( without LVS) using heartbeat to make high avialability between two squids so that when any of running squid fails other running squid should take over.
 
  


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