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Windows 2003 NLB and persistence connections [message #157417] Wed, 29 July 2009 05:51 Go to next message
Mubashir Khan  is currently offline Mubashir Khan
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Registered: July 2009
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Good Day,

We have a server application for which we need to do network load balancing.
The issue is that there are only three client connections that would connect
to the server through TCP/IP. Once connected, these never get disconnected
and send messages. Message or say transaction load is a lot. How can we
perform the NLB in this scenario. We want the messages to be equally
distributed among the cluster nodes.

Thanks
Mubashir
Re: Windows 2003 NLB and persistence connections [message #157418 is a reply to message #157417] Wed, 29 July 2009 07:13 Go to previous message
Russ Kaufmann  is currently offline Russ Kaufmann
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Registered: July 2009
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"Mubashir Khan" <MubashirKhan@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:67D8D132-D68D-4E4D-89C4-0CA5F51D8B88@microsoft.com...
> Good Day,
>
> We have a server application for which we need to do network load
> balancing.
> The issue is that there are only three client connections that would
> connect
> to the server through TCP/IP. Once connected, these never get disconnected
> and send messages. Message or say transaction load is a lot. How can we
> perform the NLB in this scenario. We want the messages to be equally
> distributed among the cluster nodes.

You can't. One computer will always assume more of the load than the other
with only three clients.

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