[Pdns-users] fail over for web server

Kenneth Marshall ktm at rice.edu
Wed Aug 15 13:24:01 UTC 2007


One typical way to implement this is to use Nagios to monitor
your web servers. Then if one goes offline, issue the appropriate
update to the PDNS database.


On Wed, Aug 15, 2007 at 01:43:28PM +0200, Jean Chiappini wrote:
> Hello,
> I setup a pdns with approximately 90 domains. For all domains we have
> two web servers. Now, if a web server is down, 50% of the request failed
> because the web server is not available due to down time.
> I read in the documentation that it is possible to make fail over with
> pdns, but I don't fin how make this...
> Someone has tested the failover with pdsn ? In case of yes, could you
> explain me how I need to setup my pdns please ?
> Regards
> Jean
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