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Re: round robin depends on client or... ?
Posted by: Hans Meiser
Date: May 03, 2010 02:33AM


nobody who uses mysql-proxy this way?
i tried to figure out how round robin works. with a simple php-script i do looped connects,query,disconnect and watch log of my backends.
round-robin without lua-script seems to depends on client IP. All x-thousends connects from one client were served from server1.
i tried some lua-script which were provided with my mysql-proxy 0.7 but could not find a big difference.
i think my way of using mysql-proxy is the standard way. one client and x servers for load-balancing.
it must be possible to select backendserver not depending on client IP but simple the count of connections.
connection1 -> server1
connection2 -> server2
connection3 -> server1

Is there no standard-solution? Only possible with own lua-script?


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