Set up a load balancer behing Apache

Hi,

Is there someone who would know how to set up a load balancer for multiple Bokeh servers, but with Apache instead of Nginx, as showed in the docs? I’m having especially a hard time with the websocket protocol, since with Apache, we have to set up 2 proxies (ws and http) and I can’t get 2 clusters to work. Do I have to create 2 clusters, or only one? How can I reverse-proxy the requests through a load balancer and to more than one Bokeh server?

Thanks!

I wish I had concrete advice to provide. Unfortunately Apache is outside my immediate realm of useful experience. I would only say that when you do figure it out, please let us know some details about the configuration so we can add documentation for others.

Thanks,

Bryan

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On Feb 24, 2017, at 21:41, [email protected] wrote:

Hi,

Is there someone who would know how to set up a load balancer for multiple Bokeh servers, but with Apache instead of Nginx, as showed in the docs? I'm having especially a hard time with the websocket protocol, since with Apache, we have to set up 2 proxies (ws and http) and I can't get 2 clusters to work. Do I have to create 2 clusters, or only one? How can I reverse-proxy the requests through a load balancer and to more than one Bokeh server?

Thanks!

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