I have the folowing question: if i have 2 servers, one master and one backup, after a fail in master server ace starts to send connections for backup server. When master server back to online status, ace will send connections to master server or only to backup server ?
Just to clarify one concern. If 'yourserver1' fails what will happen to the connections which were active at the time of failure. Will these connections get transfered to yourserver2 or they will get dropped or some specific type of connections will get dropped...
I understand that all new connections after yourserver1 failure will be handled by the backup server i.e. yourserver2.
the backup rserver will never be forwarded to the primary rserver.
In any case connections to backup will eventually be over.
One option could be writing a TCL probe (under backup rserver) which can look for Primary real server & Backup real server and if it sees active connections on both server then it fails the probe for backup rserver.
Its a long shot but that looks to me as the only option.
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