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How does wiegh rule work?

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How does wiegh rule work?

Hello world,
How does wiegh rule work?

...for example, the wieght rule is 1:1, scenario is 10 user logged on the wieght of the server is 5:5, than 3 user log off from serverA, now the wieght of the server is 2:5. than another 5 user log on to ovsd.

Now what the wieght should be?
How does wieght rule work?

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Eric Ung
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Re: How does wiegh rule work?

The higher the Weighting, the application server will allow more client connections. The Weight value must be an Integer. For Example Server A has weight 10 and Server B has weight 2. The first 5 clients will connect to Server A, the next one to Server B, the next 5 to Server A, the next to Server B and so on.
Ramaprasad N
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Re: How does wiegh rule work?

Yes, weightage basically determines the application server capacity. If you have two app server, one with better hardware than the other, then obviously you would like to have a setup where the server with good hardware will take more load than the one with lesser hardware. In such a case, if server A (high end server) is given a weightage of 2 and server B (low end hardware) is given a weightage of 1, then 66% of the load will be taken from server A and 33% from server B. SO first two connections will go to Server A and the third one to server B, 4th and 5th to server A and 6th to server B and so on (assuming that server A is your primary server).
Other scenario where you may configure weightage is when you have different app servers performing different integration functions.

-Ram
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