Presently we are reyling on our reverse proxies to direct traffic to our web pages (from the Load balancers), the problem is that the RP's are overloaded when dealing with the images, i would like to know how to bypass the RP when loading the images and will this effect how the RP's will be used for loading regular pages.
Is it something like client ----- RP ----- CSS ----- Servers ?
How does the client get to the RP ? Are they setup to go there directly or is
it the CSS that redirect them to the RP ?
There is a way on the CSS to match extension like jpeg, gif, ... and we could use this to have a different rule for images and other type of data, but to make it work, we would need the client to get to the CSS directly, then the CSS will either server the client directly for images and redirect to the RP for the rest.
Yes in fact the client is hitting the redundent LB (CSS's) then if it is secure SSL port 443 it goes to the SCA 's first ,if its just on port 80 it then is distributed across two RP. The RP then send the request to the web servers, this is were i'm having the problem, the RP are overloaded with images to get .
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