Round Robin And UserDirs
Dec 7, 2008
Round-robin and UserDirs
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Nov 13, 2005
I just setup a round-robin so that my website is always available even if one of the 2 servers goes down. It works like it should, however, i can't access the userdirs from server2. The userdirs are located on server1.
It's setup like this:
www1.domain.org is server1
www2.domain.org is server2www.domain.org is the round-robin. I have 2 WWW's pointed with an A record to each of the server's IP addresses.
On server 1 i have 2 userdirs which are accessible through www1.domain.org/~user . They should also be reachable on www2, because if they are not, they wont be accessible half the time due to the round robin.
I therefore added a .htaccess in www2's root document directory with the following info:
Redirect /~user1/ http://www1.domain.org/~user1/
Redirect /~user2/ http://www1.domain.org/~user2/
So when i go to www2.domain.org/~user1/, i should be automatically be transferred to server1... but all i get is a 404 error page. It works perfectly when accessed on www1. I don't see what i'm doing wrong. I thought it might be the userDir setting in apache that might be causing trouble.. but that is turned off on server2, so that should not be the problem. Anyone here have any idea how to access the user dirs via server2?
iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o eth0 -j SNAT -p tcp --dport 80 --to-source 184.108.40.206-220.127.116.11
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