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ACE - Weight

Hi,

i have a Serverfarm with 2 Real Servers configured with RoundRobin Load-Balancing.

Now i want the traffic distributed to the same rserver all the time, except the probe failed.

Can i just turn up the weight to 100 for one rserver to stick the traffic to it?

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Re: ACE - Weight

No.

You either need to define a backup rserver in your serverfarm:

serverfarm host FARM-sql1-Mirror

description SQL Serverfarm Mirror

probe PROBE-sql

rserver sql1-Mirror

backup-rserver sql1-Node2

inservice

rserver sql1-Node2

inservice standby

or define two serverfarms - one server in each and then use one as a backup serverfarm:

serverfarm host FARM-web2-Master

probe PROBE-web2

rserver cc250-master

inservice

serverfarm host FARM-web2-Slave

probe PROBE-web2

rserver cc250-slave

inservice

policy-map type loadbalance first-match LB-POLICY

class class-default

serverfarm FARM-web2-Master backup FARM-web2-Slave

Which you choose is down to personal preference and if you need to be able to use more than one server in future.

HTH

Cathy

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Silver

Re: ACE - Weight

No.

You either need to define a backup rserver in your serverfarm:

serverfarm host FARM-sql1-Mirror

description SQL Serverfarm Mirror

probe PROBE-sql

rserver sql1-Mirror

backup-rserver sql1-Node2

inservice

rserver sql1-Node2

inservice standby

or define two serverfarms - one server in each and then use one as a backup serverfarm:

serverfarm host FARM-web2-Master

probe PROBE-web2

rserver cc250-master

inservice

serverfarm host FARM-web2-Slave

probe PROBE-web2

rserver cc250-slave

inservice

policy-map type loadbalance first-match LB-POLICY

class class-default

serverfarm FARM-web2-Master backup FARM-web2-Slave

Which you choose is down to personal preference and if you need to be able to use more than one server in future.

HTH

Cathy

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