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Old 08-05-2014, 02:32 PM   #1
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HAproxy load balancer and file based affinity

I would like to be able to take a server out of the load balanced server pool based on the existence of a file, like server.html.

If server.html exists, route traffic to the server based on load balancer affinity settings.

If the file does not exist, do not send any traffic to the server but keep checking to see if the file exists every 15 seconds.

Will HAProxy 1.5 do this and can you point me toward any resources that can help me configure this correctly?

All help is greatly appreciated!


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