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An introduction to LBActive

Submitted by: Slydder

I have run across applications that work good as a load balancer but fall short of being a great load balancer due to the fact that they only do passive health checks (check based on possible return code from back-end server) and do not have the ability to dynamically adjust the weight/preference of each back-end node based on an active check.

One of these is my personal favorite; Nginx.

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Getting useful metrics from GlusterFS into Grafana using Diamond!

Submitted by: Slydder

Recently one of the RedHat maintainers of GlusterFS requested that I do a quick writeup of the new Diamond collector that I wrote as a way of introducing metrics gathering for GlusterFS using Diamond to feed InfluxDB and ultimately Grafana.

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Froxlor Love! ;)

Submitted by: Slydder

The situation: I have been working with Froxlor for years (since the fork from syscp) and have even contributed at times to the code base. Over the years I have constantly re-evaluated other UI’s to ensure there wasn’t a better fit for our use pattern. Important are the following features:

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Submitted by: Slydder

The situation: I have been working with Froxlor for years (since the fork from syscp) and have even contributed at times to the code base. Over the years I have constantly re-evaluated other UI’s to ensure there wasn’t a better fit for our use pattern. Important are the following features:

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Submitted by: Slydder

The situation: I have been working with Froxlor for years (since the fork from syscp) and have even contributed at times to the code base. Over the years I have constantly re-evaluated other UI’s to ensure there wasn’t a better fit for our use pattern. Important are the following features:

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Submitted by: Slydder

The situation: I have been working with Froxlor for years (since the fork from syscp) and have even contributed at times to the code base. Over the years I have constantly re-evaluated other UI’s to ensure there wasn’t a better fit for our use pattern. Important are the following features:

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Submitted by: Slydder

The situation: I have been working with Froxlor for years (since the fork from syscp) and have even contributed at times to the code base. Over the years I have constantly re-evaluated other UI’s to ensure there wasn’t a better fit for our use pattern. Important are the following features:

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Submitted by: Slydder

The situation: I have been working with Froxlor for years (since the fork from syscp) and have even contributed at times to the code base. Over the years I have constantly re-evaluated other UI’s to ensure there wasn’t a better fit for our use pattern. Important are the following features:

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Submitted by: Slydder

The situation: I have been working with Froxlor for years (since the fork from syscp) and have even contributed at times to the code base. Over the years I have constantly re-evaluated other UI’s to ensure there wasn’t a better fit for our use pattern. Important are the following features:

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