content WEBAPP advanced-balance arrowpoint-cookie add service APP01 add service APP10 vip address 192.168.1.100 protocol tcp port 8080 add service APP11 add service APP02 add service APP03 add service APP04 add service APP05 add service APP06 add service APP09 add service APP07 active
Now it's just balancing anything hitting tcp/8080 and balancing it on the WEBAPP hosts. There is a need to balance some URL's to other rservers. Here is what I came up with:
!**************************** URQL **************************** urql TEST url 10 url 10 url "/app/servlet?config=ard1234x" domain "192.168.1.100" active
content WEBAPPTEST balance weightedrr advanced-balance arrowpoint-cookie add service APP02 add service APP03 add service APP04 vip address 192.168.1.100 protocol tcp port 8080 url urql TEST
What I am not able to figure out is how I can make sure that just this URL "/app/servlet?config=ard1234x" gets balanced to APP02, APP03, APP04 and the rest of the traffic to the servers in content WEBAPP. Should I make an URQL with a wildcard url? I also think I need to somehow insert mynew WEBAPPTEST content before WEBAPP otherwise it will never hit. Am I right? I'm not in a position where I can just keep fooling around till it works unfortunately...
That's an easy answer. Thanks a lot! Really helpful! I know that the ACE can do it. We're also using ACE's in a different setup but here we're stuck with a pair of CSS's
The easiest solution right now is to have the customer who we want balanced over the other server is going to be using a different VIP. Then we can just do it as we do now by just balancing everything hitting on tcp/8080.
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