On Wed, 7 Nov 2001, John P. Looney wrote:
> It can be useful when you have applications that don't know how
> to talk to different members in a load balanced service.
> Imagine how simple load balancing would be, if you had ten
> webservers in a load balanced set, each with a unique ip, all
> round robin DNS'd to the same hostname.
course even better solution is DNS SRV records. very fine grained load
balancing - client side.
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