> SMTP comes to mind. NNTP can also be configured to such news from
> multiple locations.
> Ages back, I was working on a HA webmail system. We had
> three webservers,
> running PHP behind a load balancer, all lovely.
> > You've got to ask yourself why you are using MySQL - legacy
>> Now, you have me trying to work out are you a troll or an arsehole.
How dare you... I'm an arsehole of course. Troll... hah!
> But it's so much more pain to develop a layer7 load balancer than to
> develop a decent protocol in the first place.
That's true. I guess if you get the wire protocol right, then many load
balancing solutions are open to you.
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